Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 21, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02351
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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flew\ ,:,/I Cong. R.".A. Green DeclaresFor Pardon Board East Coast Cities Suffer STARKE- FEELS EFFECTOF -, :; !' f.l'

four TheDemocratic, ; J Party= Clemency By Girl's Won Plea From Sunday's Hurricane: WEST INDIAN STOR!':] tt'1d

OSjttU "I have been a,Democrat all my t -
i. Democrat Inoculation Wct Palm Ileacli and, Okecfhol HCHOOL: OPENED! TfEHDAV ''
lite, I am a today and Starke had Its tint
real taste of
." will no forever remain" were the Long List of A|>|>U<'utlotis To UoIlctlrwrtl l Section. hear llruut of a tropical hurricane CLOSE RACES j'
Sunday and
I emphatic statements of Congress- 50,000 Hogs In By State I Ktorni.. ) 1 Due to weather conditions tho Monday,_ the tempest reaching Its
I term of school scheduled to ARE tj
\ mail It. A. Green of the second begin height bore Monday morning. EXPECTB

hi ,\ Florida district Friday. Going on July Announced Tallahassee. Sept. 11.-A rod- Dajtoim Beach. Sept. 17.-A September ITtli was postponed until Winds prevailed Sunday and

Judge Green said: "Tho Demo haired I girl with blue eyes moved known toll of thirty-three dead, Tuesday Sept.:: 18th.. and the the day ,wore Increased, as ON EAST COA
on. in
''all cratic party Is traditionally the I I members of tho State Hoard of 140 injured an undetermined number attendance wits a, little small bo- severity /
;I accompanied by
a heavy :
party of the south. The south cannot Over 50,000 hogs were Inoculated -I Pardons to tears today with pleas homeless and extensive property cause the weather was still unset. rainstorm late .

lock to receiving Its Just benefits In Florida for the prevention of for clemency for her sister's husband. damage was exacted by tho tied. Heavy winds Monday Sunday afternoon. Both Parties Fight for Pd' \ ,-

tafcj,1 from any other party, During bog cholera during the month of West Indian hurricane that buffeted Opening exercises were held In were accompanied Beach and Dade 1 ,
by ruins with but short
forj the war between the states a Republican July by representatives of the Tbe vase was that of Mrs. Roy I be Lower East Coast late yesterday the auditorium. Those who spoke between showers until after respites I/ M; :' tjt

president with one stroke State Live Stock Sanitary Hoard. Singleton of Lawtey who sought and then blasted its way la were novo A. K. Dunham. S. S. noon wIsest It ruined almost Palm Beach county the sedj''

of the pen destroyed from threeto officials of the board announced. and succeeded, through the effortsof all available reports showed late bowling, principal, and Laurie I II Into continuously of Florida's two republj'' f '
Uatj .until In tho .
'.. four billion dollars worth ot That number, It was stated. is her sister to obtain a conditional tonight. I|' Ray principal of junior high and nIght.During "strongholds/ Miami, Dade c';; tty 1

southern property (negro slaves,) by far the largest ever( Inoculated pardon for (Guy L. Singleton Unosllruated property damage I athletic coach. Rev Dunham madea the early morning Tuesday and the lower east coast : > ,

for which the south was not. and during a 30-day period in the state alias Roy, who was sentenced to which local Red Cross officials believed splendid talk. he Is uu old friend the wind shifted from the all placed In the "doubtful" cIL; ',,

has never been compensated. In of Florida. It Indicates board of two yeats In Sarasota county for would run Into millions, was. of Bradford High and is always northeast for the first time since Ideation Irt tho coming bath,] .

has ficials declared that Florida farmers bigamy. caused welcome. Mr. Howling gave a It started and a heavy blow from election according to the '
my mind, history; failed to reveal in West Palm Beach the opln 'I
any other such traverslty on are taking advantage of tho The girl. Identified only as Mrs. Palm Beach and vicinity by the I shot I talk explaining/ tho various douttiwoat hours. was experienced for of nowspapea editors in tlJ) :' :"

property Justice. From this great free serum which was available Singleton's sister, stood firmly be- tropical hurricane which 'lit ruck departments In tho school Mr. Ray several Clear weather prevailed sections. ,i' \

r I property loss, which was a very July 1, but it also shows It was fore the five state dlguataries who that section last night., T 'R. (Jill, made a strong appeal to the patrons most of tho day, Tuollday.I'.operty Palm Beach county liaa twlc.'; 1'1'

large percentage the whole na added. that there is a great deal compose the board presenting her Associated Press staff Correspon tot aid In securing athletic tlumago I In Starko was succession given the ,1 II
tion's wealth at that time, the more Interest manifested In the case as clearly and composedly as dent, said on his arrival here tonight equipment and spoke of the good COMIInod to trees blown down, and candidate fur president a si',,I :+!

for ; south has never recovered. swine industry than In previous a lawyer, bursting into tears herself : from the storm area. athletic material to be found to roofs of a few of tile smaller majority and observers there I

years. only when she had spoken tho among tlio students but stressed buildings The streets were lltterod clare that it ,; ,t .
"During the reconstruction days Red Crows officials till! may repeat tbll' .
reported, \ 1t
I The State Live Stock Sanitary final words of her plea. the necosstly of every member doing Monday with debris and the formancc. 1 \
tore a few Americans residing in the estimated 90 per cent of residences although the perc I. .
Board advocates tho Handkerchiefs wero pulled from his part well regardless of thq street, crews removed several of appeal of "It ,
treatment of and business Governor
north rose above sentiment and houses damaged Smith m* !
the rear lIockets of the board members or place assigned him. Other the larger tree limbs blockingsome ; I Y
prejudice and Joined with the pigs shortly after weaning as the ruined and said it was worse at speak. enough to overcome ,the 0, tP I'' :, .'
cost : jglasses were removed and era on the program failed to of the main thoroughfares. ,
. treating at that return majority ( .
' Democrat.. of the south and thus time Isa West Palm Beach than In 1926 ot 350 votes In the ci:! ; ,
con, third to a half the coot of treating eyes were dried. When Gov. John when Miami on Tuesday. IClectrlc uervlco was off for a short ty, I \ ,
dollvcted the south from the terrible -' was hit by a-hurri '
of black shoals and mature hogs, It was W. Martin. chairman of the board cane. Pilnvlpal Dowllng who has been while Monday when two primary In Dado 1)1):: ; ., :
scorge supremacy pointed out. The! announced the conditional pardon associated with Bradford wires fleer the courthouse were county however* \ \ i t!' ...1
systematic Inoculation high '
visited It the situation Is
upon by Republican Di-ullitt. CiifoiillrnutlFlorida difficult. The Ku ] ,
as Indicated in applause burst from all sides of school for 12 heads short circuited by tho limbs ott JI'1: '
the July yours the
KUu "
never been proportionately awarded work, '11'11Insure\ tho farmers the senate chamber: whore I the Kail: Count ,residents\ school as supervising principal and tree and rdo-jiped) ) to tho ground. at Is l said to bo actively!I' ''I .' ,'}
to the South. In fact the south work agalnat : '
against loss. from cholera it was open moellngls' being held. fromPompano to the Palm Beaches bus as his assistants, Mrs. U i, C. Service wan restored following re. uomlneo tho democi.i" i' ,
has received a very me ager a- stated. The board began Its "oml-aii usual and northward to.Daytona Beach whllu, Miss Myrtlce Jackson Miss pairs and service was continued and the county 'exv: ., ."' ,
I mouii compared: to the monies paid session this morning with the long suffered from the I'\, without break until live committee Is divided Wi ,'! '
Ii Under burrlcane, Gill Myrwln Jackson and Miss Oil- > early Tuesday | t .
the law .
i by it Into the fede al treasury and passed at the last est list of' for'clem said. support of an AI Smith' for 1' ; '
applications ,. morning when the street ;
Christ. Junior lighting : 1'
session of the legislature high has as Its head Ideiit club. I ;
I at the sumo tituo has shown scarcely the ''I' ,t t
for and
ency state county prisonersIn Police : system was cut off to allow ,
board had $60,000 headquarters at West Laurie Ray who Is assisted by Mrs. repair ,
any of the Federal patronage available July\ the history of Florida. Paint Beach '"IIGJ.J;( ,;
During Palm of breaks madn by Republican '
Beach H. falling
Perkins and
were unable Miss
1 to Maud Mlt-
for tho purchase and distributionof confirm ILI ::1fI
when has
name been controlled: by the day the cases!'! of Fred W. reports of loss of life. An chell. limbs Kupt, Clark and crew worked Four years nan Palm nit, _r. ':
the anti-hoe cholera serum and___ hoar unconfirmed -
[ Republican _
party.; '
n Browoleo under sentence of almost county gave Coolidge 41
toutinuosly; 1,738
cholera virus. Each ''report said a school Teachers In tho grammar grades during the
"The tariff laws and other laws owner or custodian scheduled to be eloctroucted for an building In, which a are' Miss Minnie blow and all repairs to the lines against 1,534 for Davis and '< n
of hogs In the state is groupjot persons Gruber. sixth;
regulating commerce and trade under the law to receive entitled axe murder In Baker county and sought shelter collatped at Miss Eunice Perkins fifth; Mist were completed Tuesday utter for LaFolIctte. Eight years i ,. ]
which have been sponsored by the J. J. 'Mendenball serving life Harding polled 1,898
without cost. three-fourths of a : Boynt n. thirteen miles south ot GUHttlo Mae Bennett and Mrs. BMcRao noon. against,
1, Republican party have never offer- not term In the penitentiary, were Wont Palm Reach Damage to 543 for Cox. In Dade county, I.)
to exceed 3,000) c. c. of serum and but officials fourth; Miss Madgo Mid- the strawberry plants j
ed equity to the South. The large those No action ever the situation '
virus during the fiscal year. among presented. here were unable to .confirm. this dleton; third; Miss ISthel Griffin, In some sections of tho county was wa< altogcj..
appropriations and Federal gov- was ,(taken la any of them how different, the democratic now'''
report. reported
The second; and !Miss Oollve Ray, Mrs. Tuesday, but only those (;.j"
eminent patronage meted out by legislature also authorizedthe ever, only the conditional pardon receiving majorities .
An official delegation II. C. Hitch and Miss Fredrlka Holds\ on low, uudraluod land willstiffer execs'1 .
the Republican party surely have board to employ eight vetcrlnailans to Singleton being granted. from Miami 1,000 votes In both elections.!'
Struth to ;
to give free service to arrived during the day ready first. Public school muslo any great extent The :
the -
never proportionately awarded to pSERVICJSI'Olt '
the south. In fact, tho south has farmers. iu the Inoculations of their 1''l'lUUAI4' ; ; MIIH.IICHUAM to give aid to tho Injured. The teacher Mrs. A. II Wall piano Instructor heaviest damage this county will There Is no doubt at all lcas : t

received hogs.. lIEU) AT MfcLUOWU! delegation conferred with Howard Mrs. 1'". It. Long.Cherinontlmprovemonta. suffer will be from the pecan crop, local and state candidate : 1: ;t,4
a very meager amount N. Bolby. chairman this Joss loss being reported ,front : conceinod, both counties tt't'
In addition to tho veterinarians of the Palm e
compared to tho monies paid by it
Into the Federal treasury and at furnished by the state the Unltod Large crowds from Melrose stctlou Beach Red Cross chapter and to bo fifty percent of the expected field conceded to the democratic n Si ; j
promised relief in wade to local water to a, total loss in, some Instances. neos without opposition.
the same limo has shared scarcely States Bureau of Animal Industry attended the funeral services bread; water, system. I

auy of tho Federal. patronage when for the past several years baa yesterday afternoon in' that city medical supplies, doctors and Ji'ernandJnl&-lIeveral- The trees Iu this section wero "At a recent meeting; ot .

same line been tcrnlroleld', < Iii tho been furnishing .Florida! with-the toV"lr." Kaca". Husband... GO-yoar-, nurses,;and returned to. ?ifluiui. for : streets, ofcit.L.t.nbe heavily loaded with nuts and the county executive committee ei' yf .,,

Republican party. services of "veterinarians but old resident,, who passed away them. *" : paved. "' fruit was whipped from the limbs democratic party here," the 1 ; '

Sunday morning Several restaurants by the action of the wind and Iu Beach Times declares
owing to tho failure of congress: early *. that remained "a roun'jI' j '
"Mora ,recent evidence that tho to appropriate funds to continuethe The Rev. F. L. Martin of Cedar I I open In Palm Beach and West lIon facilities were partially dls many Instances largo limbs wero ble disclosed that no member ;j '

agricultural south may have no hog cholera work, the two veterinarians key: formerly pastor of the Mel- Palm Beach had run out of bread, !' ru pLed yesterday. Several sectlonn broken. hoard of any democratic lion 1

hope for relief from the Republican Dr. A. P. Abbott formerly rose Methodist churcb. conductedthe and tho cities were virtually with of the city were without cloc- Considerable damage to Kings-: proposing support of any rep.lfJr, ?(i.j;

party is the vetoes by our stationed at Live Oak, and Dr. services assisted by the Rev. out water. gas or power. trio lights last night for several ley lake property on tho west can or other opposing candl 'i .

present President. Twice during II. W. Willis formerly stationed at J. H. Skipper present pastor of Citizens! deserted their homes at ho u rs. 'shore occurred late Sunday night Indications are that the no'', 4; .t : :.,,

the past two years have tho Demo- Dade City. have been withdrawn the Methodist church of which: she tho approach of the storm and took Trees and signboards were blown and Monday, some of the tin roofs democratic vote of Palm Bj f J

C Hats, J Joined by a few Republican from service. I was a member am ,tho Rev. A. M. refuge in the Pennsylvania hotel, doWu In several sections' and hun of the summer hontes, beIng rip- county wilt bo cast for all ororatlo : .

senators and congressmen' been The withdrawal of the two government -i Tarborougb. pastor,of the Baptist the Palm Bench county courthouse dreds of automobiles were drowned pod off by tlio northeast wind nominees from national t ;rj .

able to pass a bill for the relief veterinarians whose services church of, Palatka. the telephone office, the Harvey out and stalled. The streets sweeping unobstructed across 'the dldates on down through state P

of the farmers of tho nation and were free to the farmers of Sha, was, a member of the building and other steel structered were tilled with leaves and debris lake. More than fifty trees blown county tickets. thi-.t,' ..4tPli

twice baa President Coolidge the state. and the great increase In Eastern Star and was prominently buildings In the downtown district. and Hogans, creek overflowed its down( were counted In a short distance : "There Is no defection' at t', 1 .

vetoed same. We were able tu demand for that work to meet the connected With tli* Melrose Civic banks and flooded the streets on along tlio banks and on the I party leaders, moreover. Tile;. tt,j t

.i pass at the last session of the con- requests of stock owners who desire club. .% Tampa. Sept. 17.--Receipt of re. Pearl' and aura whore the creek hill side, and damage to walks, standing solidly back of all n j'' ..

greou a bill for the conversion of treatment of their hogs, la Eastern!; Star members from ports that twenty-four persons la bridged making passage withan piers.. and bath houses were noted. nees. ," ; Ij r

r Muscle Shoals Into a fertilizer producing sorely taxing the capacity of the Waldo attended the* services were killed in tile hurricane which I automobile virtually Im ol lble. The Truby cottage and the ad- "Indications are that oatlo .\

plant to thus give fertilizer eight 'veterinarians furnished the while frltmda and relatives from wept the Lake Okocchobeo region The Jacksonville office of tbe joining Weeks property were thin there will be little cnaogecounty's ID I : : ,

to the farmers at about half State Live Stock Sanitary Board Jacksonville Atlanta, Starke Wal- last night was announcd tonight :Southern Bell Telephone and heaviest t sufferers from the blow. vote In 1920 It ,i'Jft fl .

IU present cpst. This bill was also for that purpose board officials do and Gainesville also wero pres' by Col. 8. L. Lowry Jr.. command 'Telegraph/) Company was unable both places' being! covered with 'a Harding an excess, of about' '';

vetoed by the present Republican i asserted. ent. Inc the llBtl. flelil arim.i-v ..-... I late last night or early, this morn.. litter of trees and debris. Trubv'n votes over the, democratic: tnao. !" U:' .

president. The Democratic party She Is survived by her huband, who ordered two; National;;: ;; 1 Guard lug to open communication- -with-- cottage was damaged on the lakeside Again In 1921 It ,wed' :

la the party .of the people. while BKN Kl'UKMJ 8TILLUY one IOU Charles sister units to the by the Coolidge by about 200 I
; one Mrs. area fur emergency I West Palm Beach Miami Fort falling of three largo vote'.Ji!
the Republican party la the one Mary Brock, and one brother, M. duty. Lauderdale and other cities. In tho trees, the porch collapsing under ocratlc loaders are expecting, ) '

dominated by preference, discrimination Hen Eugene Stlllcy, 10, died at K. Rcnshaw, both of Pittsburgh. Colonel Lowry said tbe advices 1 ISOtl tltrn part of tbo state because the weight and the main body of the popularity of Smith mouldit, I' .

and Interests. Bin home Saturday:! morning Sept.:: DeWltl C. Jones company were were conveyed to him over long I i of damage to the main wires of. house and roof showing signs of it* higher than that of the demo ,! jj rl t, .

"During) the past eight years of ICtb after 'an illuess of three In charge ot funeral arrangements. distance telephone by Capt Rupert r fields of tho company stated. narrow cucapo. The occupants escaped standard bearers In the fore'l/"/ *. .

Republican control and domination weeks. -- S Smith, whom lie lad ( ,Injury, The elections, wilt wlpo .
dispatched to 'I ,Although there Is some delay In garage on thaWeek.11 out this tI.
we have seen government Funeral services were held Sunday COT10N thiN ilJCH the Mean {
Lake Okeechobeoe district to communicating with St.: property was smashed by lead on the national tilp_ '
: ugUlt.
property converted to private use. afternoon at the home. 'Revs. iuvstlgate the extent of tine falling trees, of notwithstanding the fact .
storm dam- or Daytona Beach because a space! several of
Government G.. 1'. Twenty-seven bales of cotton j of j ,
: oil reserves corruptly Raymond and I!: M. Rooks tile hundred foot wide church opposition to "
being coveredwith ,
age.Most large number of calls in for Smith .i. ::.r
squandered.'Cabinet officers, trusted officiating. Active been ginned locally since the "
season -
of those killed trunks. of 'fhe
lived along this 'section, the lines of fallen trees. county will send III '
with handling the affairs of our Marriii) Oliver, Milliard Judd opened a few days ago, W. L. the bank. of tin* lake, the colonel above cities are clear and the two Damage to the road' of'' usual democratic majorities; I i,{\ ..
all calls syuUfn ; .
nations, for crookedness Maurice who has charge of the gin, (
prosecuted Edwards. It. C. Hitch, W. stated said Smith all state and
reported with the are being taken tbe had county candidate .
dishonesty" stated Wednesday The care of ai noon as county not been completely ,1( ..
and have witnessed M. Blakely. and Richard William cotton'a' -
that he Dade Kl.
personally had possible. It wan. announced. surveyed Tuesday u Active
abhorent which hate Mrs. .1. S. duced this year Is turning out'to afternoon, although
frauds son. Butler, Mrs. l i many bodies 'i Dado
removed from The llnes'a county, I '
however ,
even effected funds for the reliefof Ferryman, L.: Jo'. 8with and John be of excellent grade, although the wrecked far south as West. reports of washouts and Is not 'II I
dwelling I I Palm Beach, Miami and I"ort damage to shoulders of graded this optmsm althougl .... .
disabled will be short I .
i'I soldiers who defendedour Powell formed the choir. crop on account of State troops from roads Miami Herald '
Arcadia and Lauderdale, were down wore received has estimated .
country In lts. 'time of need. Interment took place at Crosbycemetery ,. adverse season experienced by tho Ilatrow were called during. the Tuesdaymoaning. about 66 ';: :
out for duty entire day with little chance The per cent of tho regis '
of unusually
heavy .
Our government An estimate repairing
growers. of the
'I and its agencies with DeVVItt C. Jones: total In the area, and vote will
Colonel for
Lowry them rain filled the go Wraithand.estimated
the drainage ,
rain ditches
had to
has yield cted this
boon prosltltuted for the In charge. exp yenr could not
per- said he and )hls staff planned to I ceaued. I that '
capacity and In approximately
sonal benefit of those sworn to defend ,Ben was the sou of Mrs. Letle be secured as the amount of damage leave later tonight fur that section.Jacksonville. Fear that high water and overflowed the banks many instances 000( I votes will be cast. ,! ,
and protect ,It. Millions of Stilley and was born In Starke on Inflicted on.. the cotton still Iu a terrific Alligator "The Dade '

dollar. have been spent to obtaina April 33rd. 1909, where he had the fields by Monday's storm had : lg. ..::. gale would greatly damage canal carrying off drainage waters. committee county demo
Sept. The a Herald
property at Jacksonville's fron.he section north editor
single seat In tha law-making spent all of bin life. After the not been estimated. West Indian beaches and east of .
bodies of ---- p hurricane which advanced and Mayport seaside resorts, was Starke, wait out of its banks lit "which is composed of one m*
nation. and death of his few
our great father. a )
other disgraceful occurrences too ago, Ben assumed the full years HfVH, INTBHKHTM IN PIMllJIACK across the state after expressed by residents of the beach many places, unable to carry off each of the 43 preelncta.) be!, .

responsibility 0 wreaking havoc first
Intolerable along the East last night who came to Jacksonville tile water flowing Into It from every meeting about three or
to mention which of his mother
and younger !. Coast from Lake Worth to Vero Iu take refuge In local hotels direction. Where the canal weeks ago adopted a reset' :
would debauch the foundationof brothers and was devoted
our Democracy.very continuationof and brother. The regard a that was lion O. W. Canora. 8r.. of Waldo haspurchased Deach turned toward tho north after and escape what was said to be )pauses under ntato road 48 within not to discuss politics the Ide,

half Interest In Butler'sPharmacy touching Gulf of Mexico and the strongest wind and heaviest the city limits the water was backed parently being that: a major!,
such outrages would threaten felt for this young man was shownby
the very soul or our nation." the large number of floral of- and will move to starke was expected oat Into eurly thin morning to rainfall that has visited the resorts up on the roadway for a matterof the committee is opposed 0,1,;
the Atlantic national
ocean during the .several. hundred ticket. However.. I..
erlngs sent at the time ot his during the next few da'Ito take .between past twentyfiveyears. feet until after -

TO STALL MIU.VAL LIGHT death. lie is survived by his mother an active 'Interest In the business, Jacksonville and Savan Tuesday noun when tile rater O. Shaw chairman of the h

and two brothers Ted and Oon Mr. Canova' la wen known to the nah.At 8 Kven an early as 0 o'clock yesterday gradually receded. The report county committee, last weel|(

An order, has been placed by and one sister, Mrs. Raymond Bu- residents of Bradford county and o'clock last night the hurricane afternoon the wind bad made by the Southern Forest Kxperlment nounced that ho was going Ia1,

the city council for an automatic: ford. he, Is a welcome addition to the wall reported central between reached velocity of seventy-five; Station shows that 7:20: port the national ticket: vigor, ;
signal light and It will 'ba erectedat Those attending the funeral business. life of Starke.iiisc'r Cedar: Key .and Jacksonville miles an hour and l the surf was Incite of rain fell Sunday and and steps are being taken mt, ,

the _0.- and recurving/ toward the high and a continuous rise was Monday.J. form an AI SinltUforPm"clnb $ Hi
Intersection and
Call from out of town wore: Mr, and IIIIM north arid northeast.
OX JKND4Th'Schooiboardat reported. ; which will
Walnut streets upon Its arrival Mrs. K. A. Burnsed. Mrs. J. J. The barometer Iu Jacksonville J. DICKiil.SON; CAMP I energeticallypaiga'ous
--- The greatest 10 behalf of the whole l let
For the past 'several months the Burnsed Mr. and Mrs. M. J. from the : '
", Jor- fell to Its lowest MEET; '
their meeting level I In the his In thU
disturbance county.
authorities was expected |"I(
have tried every known den. Mrs. Overstreef. Mrs. A. T.
theme: Saturday rejected all bids tory of the local weather bureau to result from the high water although "The Klan organizationh: 'I'.
for the traffic 1 \
controlling Lea. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hodges There
at tblll'Intel'llectioll made for the purchase of the Lawtey with a reading last night of 28.99. little damage haH been will be a nvtetlug/ mem working with might and i maid i !
and noneJr.'I I Mr. and Mrs. O. W.
Balsden. W.
( school. district bonds.. The Wind attained a velocity of Otty done so far to several places by hers ot J. J, PIckcrMon Camp. U C. Herbert Hoover. Sidney
(' out ThU% W. Balsden Mr. Catljf
satisfactorily, and Mrs.
I. C.
miles hour C. at the
type of highest bidder for these bonds to during the gale dur the wind which throughout the courthouse In Starke on dressed a public meeting II. -
Mr. and Mrs. W.
proved *- Bain 8.
In othe towns with similar, Mrs. Maude Blackburn of Jacksonville be used / for an addition to the log Mitchell the past eighteen hours, Mr. eut ire day reached a velocity of Thursday Sept. 27th 10 o'clock, Klan ball, answering tie,'. 'f",
school fn Lwteywas John Luvene reported. not under a. m. All members urged to at George's Tampa
traffic sixty tulles and not speech. ,
problems evceedlng I
brought about by Mr. J. II. UaUden
heavy and of Cincinnati who offered. 11805ft ,- Jacksonville. It wag said has seventy-five mile an hour. tend. By order of W. T. Weeks, "Probably I It will be two 1 :i ''
highway travel at times sonvllle. Mr. J. II. Ualsdea Miss been fortunate C.,C.
,I. through the main streets and It Is Lola Welch of Plant City and Mrs.T. Issue.fof the Neat proposed ZO.OOO bond lax tbe brunt of Invariably escap The greatest damage done was or more before the campalgt't'( ,
high bid made hurricanes which in --- .
. believed will was the'roller coaster owned and under way, and! "until,cam pal
prove effective here. M. Lybasa of Keneansvtlle. U.iJiD TKtMK.Nf5 WAMliU
In the !
by Bumperson West
Co., of ladles.
i : S SPort Detroit. operated by Miller and Hose. The become more active It Is) vi|,
iI Uv;Oak--Shaver Brothers will Tampa-construction of r !, with an offer of 18,174. The boardIs I Rainfall during tbjs twenty-four ,entire middle section of the ride ,C. A, Futch.- ly Impossible to rdetermlnflf, '

I establish shipping station here. construction of large fersh water readv.rtlslar the bonds for sale bour period ending at 10 o'clock: : ,was demolished shortly after 11 all '' city clerk, requests 'sentiment. 'et the people win

\ Laurel Hill-Work under way on flsh ahtchery. and expeci t. receive a much bet. last night was) announced as 4.69 o'clock yesterday morning; when a persons having Instruments belonging going to cast the votes.'* fP.
ter offer for their bond at that Inches. The thermometer at the seventy-five mile to the town band, to'urn I ;|
gale lifted S
SCO them In to him within the next few Port j'etre-\ I
time. weather Tampa
Tampa bureau recorded 78 degree -Asiatic ,
-1300.000 new Centro Port Tampa-Asiatic Petroleum feet of the board walk' roof 20
days. A
Aatnrtaao S aa high and .9 degree check In to b e made of built at fairgrounds" here. tfi. '
Hospital dedicated here company will erect large vtorage as feet wlde..an4 carried It with ter- :
Milton-New the I Instruments
storm sewer being low daring and an effort made _
recently, lam. period.
plant for fuel here. rUle force against the highest
Installed la Alabama' part to start the band ,
Transportation and communlca- cf the coaster. up again' under, Pahokee -- Large .It.'

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In clean government and the part! ln. Mr.-BmNli's faith of which} "th. thta section have exceeded carlot the terrlfflc slornithat' which has M-ra.: Jail H. llouscr and daughter / Lake -Compaekbur *- New!

1\j] lUItANU-Oll. )'AITY* e l that tor' elflhf yuur* had'farted la pn'nnthers are afraid, But brottu.. shipments.! Last yea' 'the package/: been/raging here the past; two day* Gertrude! retl1'r.nftd .Sunday piaut to bt ,""Ut'l' >
Live' tliar !kind of; Kovernment In I era, let 1I1I.'not forg.t'that we still shipment wax 300,000( quartsgreater !! : from an extended trip north. While "by" "..me Fruit romDHm'e
and very and
the good
I tHKRHKICT slot ;compi-tcnt of l leadlng.thl )rrea life; In th* !'land wtiro a nan may !!, than ear lot biprnent attendant wan tUWII/j. away tear 'Vlnited In Chicago anti Orala '
I ; i I : 11ooyt'at'fly' I people tlirouwii .a part oaths, most,, worship find; l awo'rdlnK! to his .Plant -City and immediate territory there were 'qnlt.e l a nil mhl of / Inrarbuapoints 'Pennsylvania ., lnadkon--4iapld prlgrea. h

I' --- I II corrupt 'ndmlnlctrratloii' In all ills faith -And let n. not''rorgeblhat( alone! last year '4fhlppeab, pople and o'tfjera\ ,prexentlo'wttne ft9 Mr. Houser acconipairfed them doff Ii Mason Construct! ,inn, ,.1, nxw II

tit. I v '(1s"on I tory. In ulew of the fact thaHoover" the man which th'o> < (h ( 'f'fl
I ;, I / was a part of the Teapot declared: an the democratic iioml- 'quarts of berries, which as 32 T. 'w. Kline who has been but returned about three weeks
I InJVtersburg Progress!: Dome cabinet crooks and crlm neo was Ron taor \V lsh---a /great quart crates 176 average crates vIsiting her IIIHt r.ln-Jaw. Mrs. C. ago Plant -CHy- rawtrr\ arr

L. I mats might take Much a Hdectlonan dry! .and Roman OaihoHc. And to the -"ar, would FI I Turn to the platform of the an Invitation to oven mmevl IdOIl I- let n* never overlook the great loads This data in limned by the In Pittsburgh on \Saturday, .Sept. \V.. H. .\ RKWH MOVKH: that of last year

.. tJCanfl dll Party, adopted at Kan- # crookedness than ban been fact that the outstanding l mowInexitoHlng chamber of commerce 'as gleaned!; 8th. HIM MTOKK TO HTAIIKK Highland: : Park .Jlwil, Broth
? nail 'Clt)' and upon which Herbert our unhappy share during the I the oil twtandal and fore- from shippers flies In carload Mr. and Mrs, -C. H. Clark left -- .1nc.. to establish (arse

s O. hoover( HtnudH UH the I nominee I ; present administration. Ins out corrupt officials 1n the lute 131 -were- forwarded from Thursday morning, Sept. 13th. fora Mr. W. If. Andrews. Jr., has plant hfLJ'e.lloC'a'Orand.UII.500. pas

I vf 1'b. 'Tl' pot Vmne KuflK\ and<< ., darkest chapter' of American lils-; Plant City. vjstt...with relatives and friends( transferred the stock of >!hlsgpn' '

there you, way read with shocked And yet we hear mlnlxtera' of tory was I This Runie'ifry"tleinocrat'IcHenit But regardless; of who'wears the In Erie: Pa., and vicinity. They 'merolia'ndlHe -Btote,"f rm rly' sued .for'eren lon of new t bond(|

..e' and enreallr.lng pyot the.,exonera- Uonpel advocating thlH kiwi of or .11 nd a communicant of the winter 'utrawberry marketing 'qap'erftu tie /gone a couple; of loc teci'at' puke'u. in this county, house in -district' No 12)! ere

HUm /the moMt nauseous corruption vernmeiit preference' : to xleanudmlnlntrutlon Iton\an/ ,Catholic ,churchBjftintor:, :crown, the r rtn petition Is certainly weeKa. Mr. and ,Mrs Clark.Wre tq.8tar1ie whete Jie. bas: purchase: : AavaRapld;
h c In the history of .the United merely because the Walsh, of Montana well worth while as thevTetur. :.pnBHengera' tn the car of Mr. K. a conveniently located .building.) ) made an erection. progress hp

ftI: .*lI. It in time to gasp when! we' Mtititdard bearer of that party in a. --- +--..---* evidence. May the berries In Bradford I Leland Illomt, who" went north) to Mr. Andrews la Owner also 'of a age,here of new) 'tear)
road such words flip : ""flC.\'Ii1:ItItY ('HOWN home .. and little ''JrdllveroultIroC"eJjo an'd .dry Vo6dsbiiHln'es's '
as $In thee communfonnt of the Roman Catholic county grow as thick an the brlnK Mrn. quss : .. ___, _, __
::4 platform the O. O. 1': .church. These men are' pi'oach- HAS'" )NKU'ri..UMAVr: : I morning dew, or even' thicker aIn daughter; who pave-beE'n 'llpendhlg /' In Lake Butler. -he4Nlla(11a*I 1 _

u ''+ "We stand for honesty In Ing politics, in the Jhoufce of Clod- Plant City and eastern 'Hills- the summer '"wfth'Wrs.' Blosx' relative The change in the' location of 'OF' -FI9AL'nlsrntelFlxry .

#,R ? ;s government, for the appolnt4h IrlylujB: souls from thin great In- 13radfurdrnnnty rich IU .1111 heritage ,borough county.-Plant City Courier. In Tennnylvartla."Mr. ""he'stOle'wlllllndoubtedIY mean a days alter den.
t. t &-nt -of officials whose Integrity tttlutlon; .(disregarding! 'thft fniida- of good Moll hurt dIsplacedIIl11libllfouKIJ C. Ray Lawrence who left continuance of the same good tn-wit: he 2ftr! day or nnreol Nov.h1

', I cannot' bo questioned." ,mental principle of our exlfftenc i-- county fo.J. ]<5ng, ,- T=-----:..; Keystone 7I tgnts on May '6th I patronage wh-lch his business ability ''t'rntnrof t.928. I .t she h. Ex.nd.Rr'pd t ale. ,' Adn"",

1 n.. Bach! from the Him, of ttu' ''flint of religious freedom-tho king of. winter strawberry producing ..NNNNti.wvMN..... gdlng'to Spartahburg, S. C. gave has always been able to draw. neaocd.; 10'111'llly or tn J'|the W !lion 11.1\; '\
r right pf every man and woman to section according to the Brad- :his family and friends a very pleasant He expects to be located In Starkea ,itl'Ytradd'lordtr! JapcHn"f, ('
party, In view of Its record. : Florihhl?
tt fits Uniintv
1 Ford County Telegraph of Htarke I/eiff je ,
'of the time to
Worship Oed as he or aha clmoHes./ -lIlIfJ>'rllie'ort Friday by appearing greater part enable present my vourherH and j
r). During the past eight year can e It It haw fallen froin Its high perch HIM Itelean Ocdrn, Cor. ,at his home here. Mr. Lawrence i l hIm to look after his business .<'"unt'aeeurh Admlntxtrotor. amt i
tarry HttJe weight with t Ilioaa voter .on'J'r! approval end dlZZ!
s t r 1 who weigh; the big INDUCE, ) of the The democratic party makes noCharge of loadnrshlp center Plant In the city state and UH a ber- ................... is employed In the state -Lake Butler Times. This, ZlHt\ day of Septemhq: my ,1\,!
ry nearby
I department of South H. I.
highway .
t day ''far themselves and are bound\ but the official record ommunitles tenet regardless of Miss Helen Lawrence 'daughter 'of Lake Worth--Bids' opened *orj "Artmfnlntra of ''KMi'mV, .r"J."

:: to?, It senms after such comjmrlUM proves the regIme In power,' cbr- 'this, ntrlvo onward, as In the past, Mr. J. H. Lawrence returned Friday Carolina: with headquarters fe-In dredging Lake Worth Inlet. II2'J"I)(-11.'1.tI.' (rattan d..oa
; -discard any tech declaration tlllt, barterers, of the nation's. with full development' of 'the TerA' Sept. 14th from .,j nix week'avisit Spartanburg. Ha' expects to -
II w + ,; aiithli: from the party of' Teapot reserves and but for the effort of the soil of the in view.' In the. north visiting Pittsburgh turn Wednesday) Sept. 29th havIng ....
,oilly week's leave of ttbsc ------ ---- ---
j f ,Dome "ad pure, "bunk" and'out- ''democratic senator who'presHedhe TelE'traphPf'tR Jlaltlmore, and ,Buffalo a.
s Jt l't "bosh." proceedings and expound the The Ilradfurd County / Miss Lawrence.graduated from the ''nce, PLANET, JR. PLOWS
rime wblclr.had bartered away U\o' ; Its Information( relative.tt'o'ltnlulin \: State College for' Women. In Tallahassee Mr. .F. P. (plover wife and twolaughtors
n front-l., M. ,fthodf'lIj'WhlJn; ;\ Elaine PLANET, JR.; FELTTLJZEK DISTRIBUTORS
t j: ITp the Independent such a dec- httfloim'Hoirreserves/ by c'abfnet August 1st. recelving-.her ( '; and Hetty, anda
bulletin from the FlorldaSMar- ''
t i 1, ..Ih 1ai'aiioa 'would seems all an anfonIwWntfdistortion member of a republ1c'Rn'adrnln- a keting .bureaii, flgurim of ''Whtch M. A. degree. She.has joined the friend" MlHH-JOUen: ,, Schwahner! ; .
I S 1 of truth.'Dur- istration, Clod only konws what faculty of the new high school -at all of JacksoiivlIU, Fla., have'bcenspending

I Y,' i II tot},ftbe past eight years the republicans the end might, have been. Han not available though not In nome yet. published Instance! were The Melrose, and will have charge of ; n 'weelt! In' the McBride At New Low 'Prices
,'' the time come when every true the cottage on Lawrence Boulevard
the science
have been responsible for department com-
bulletin, It said, Chows that _
tbe''-motit nauseous corruption In American' "honld.hall.. this great Bradford was' shipped 255 ing year. hare, leaying.uuaay.; afternoon! .1'r DeWitt C Jones,
county carloads -
I our history and the promised ad- party of Integrity and praise their and Hillnborough. The Keystone Heights public They report!, !'I most enjoyable
; ttlolstratlon of "master minds' power when even as a minority An excellent editorial In1 the school opened here Monday Sept. time and: say'tliey are In love with HARDWARE

?t'a' ; .; 'f developed into the most corrupt they forced to light and exposedthe laclcBonvllle Journal, remarking 17th. Prayer .was offered. by Rev Keystone Htllig'ht and expect to _._ ,- ,_...... ,,
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administration In the hUfory of crimes which compelled the H B. Weld pastor' the community spend more\ U-In. here' next year.
the ben 'llclal'' in berry
on ( rivalry
the. United .States. expulsion: of those corrupt "best 'Church of Keystone .Heights, Mr. and ,Mrs. Cecil Lowe, also of
II mlnda." growing/ In the state, related 'that after which "America"' was! 'kung Jacksonville! pent ':the, week-end .IMsesjmieuiaxsaelmutaenennalIeaeluninlnll' ... WI" iiwaennneleall. 11 '11I1 IltIIhIIWJIINhltWlloIIlIIollllO-"O, """ ?
It wan not only fun, but also prof. :
.k, L.+ t e A ad Herbert C. Hoover has been table to the farmers. F ant City by the school. Prof. Walter $LCtalr with Mr. and Mrs. Glover. Mr. HAROLD C WALLINSURANCE'
; r A part of that lie ; who will have charge of the Gover| ta amoflatedwith' the Peninsular -
l administration. Oh, Yl'ftl! they gay, but, that can attest to the latter, at least. ,
1' eat,alleut In the presidential cabinet great party IB offering a Raman Hlllaboroiigh."county may well school the coming year as prIn- : and Occidental Steamship

+ with those who corrupted high Catholic for president of tba Unit- congratulate Bradford ,cotunty 0..1 cipal mad$ a short adddresn after Co., of.Jacksonville' '

office! nd.either!' was not Intelligent ed'fltates. Ten. Alfred! E. Smith: is Its excellent record In Strawberry\ which 'he'introduced school directors The follbwlng :Igu'ests were registered -

enotiKt .to.detect;! )their crimes: nor a Catholic, but a progressive (dem'o- growluK. In 1937 the 'report of F. M. Wai rath and E. A. Kennedy at Keystone Inn: Dr and 8TAICKU, FLORIDA
r brave; enough to denounce them South and 'America should be at the State' board of Agriculture and Rev. R. B: Weld all of MrsF.. P. Walker, Orange Lake,
l oven titter their guilt had been ex- thlH tlma moot Interented'In, The shows that .Bradford- had In cultivation whom made short addresses. The Mrs: Raymond Sapderson and fill Representa the Bent reading Insurance Compute

4 pjjsed": democratic nominee! Is fully capable 220 acres of 'strawberries Battle .Hymn ot UieMlepubllc) was I Iy SandepHon; of JAl'kll nvllle..J.: AI| FIRE ACCIDENT LIFE,>UTO'MOBILB; BOND. LIABILITYADJUSTlIENTS
'.'Hera was Hoover's opportunity ..- of driving from' thin ,nation's with a resultant yield 'of 447,630 then Bung and the cJilldran then Helms, East Palatka; Jessie n.
to1'I'.prove himself moral went to their various'classes! and Litton, Leenburg and Mr. and 1A'DE' PROMPTLY
,, a great rapltal corrupt officials and under quarts. lllllaborough led the state : ;
,; 1 t } ; tfl }(Jer-rDld, he make use of this I()11"-. the banner of Jefferson, .Jackson with 2,237 acres and a yield of work began. Notwithstanding' Mrs. J. A. Chadwlck Gainesville.! nen i wMMMimmmitinim!!!!'. .!!!. !!'!'!!'!!"!!'!welulusiuaumndluuauummow!! '! !!(!! !! lllnu!! !illnim! "" !!!!!INIaMnnnmalnnluawaluwmrr !!!!!!!'!!!!", '' ''' ""
1 portunityT( ..Never. He Bat silent and Wilson lie maybe relied -
upon ,242,570) quarts that year. The ,-- .
t lip fa/their/ company and remainedapXft i of;.doing so. progress of .Bradford county toga f

: } } / ,of this cabinet" and did not point aheuil, of Hlllaboroueh ''may

t' rame hlo,Voice in protest of their On the other hand, they nay, he readily be seen to have been rapjd;. ... .
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n cop4uct..noi'condentn r -
s ; their black''. 111.'<& -wet .and we doubt ;.desire to Attention may bn'called however "
otru"" t1Bn after it had been ex-. have the open ealoon. Who said ot the Brad ford (,County Telegraph -,:" .

t ,t 1 f ,pfnea... I** such-a' man qualified to the open saloon was the Inane? and flf the Jickrtonvllle Journal, U t. 1 ;-.1.'' .,

ttr" ( ,:reAldent! of the United ..States Those who utter BIIPU' must already) the fact that In the'past few year, ,11, ," .- "t'.' J' '.
y, loathe nen-parllean) ( It seems never. know that the saloon In gone and(' package shipments ..of berries'by; Ii! >:,:. J n,.. ,,'4. '_
,dn t America need worst today will never return, .50. then It mustS express and pony car tots from I ,'. f:''!>.rf' .. : t .

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+*t eThe! English cottage type of 1 drawn freely from old England for I| four inches across the front so a

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: of this house. may dittribKtvri -/ KIP Js "scl:rhle SEBfDAC
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, 11ed Daily S1ui. -d1-- tjio toUnwHtw.. d K<*rlt>F4 pro '
Starka wears the 1928 'Straw situate 4n BraMerd County! Fiiowit ;
.'1 N.... ./ Florida in Short Paragraph pledge bearing the remotest resemblance thereto in matter, -- berry producing belt, fianfevd has l : t '
u The most' contemptible persona All Month half Dt Hnuthnant qt I '
',1 manner spirit. or purpose is used or forms a part of the ceremonies "knows are those who went to the worn the celery belt for years end Ra-ot! '' nf IHiiltwBy" ...,,rnsl A acr
H of degree of the Knights of Columbus.The Houston convention as delegatcM.' there' is a little town In Nassau S3 1 11''t'[ 6 ores. The .....e..Kmt i .. y.
any! now flying county by the name ol llllllard said property nntt' ..r .said a..nrIKSUIMI i'', ''t
and whoRe names are I
1.w alleged/ oath is scurrilous wicked and libflous, and has to crow over woe In tn* Jam of B.'" 1 '
that Just MUM
Live State at the. mast head of Hen. lMvls'party County Hank. ; ,
1.d [ News must be the invention of an impious and venomous If7o nd. and In Dan In'" paper AS republican Its poultry and egg/ production records lTnl,.s* said certificate shall )t''' ""' .(,1\\

( -J 1 1J We find that the order of Knights of Columbus/ ; as electors. Anybody has a from year' to year.--,\very rtmmoil Will. 11.....accnrdln. thi-rron; on to law the lint TAX'd'r;)) I, t j)

perfect right to tjelong; to the republican Powell In Tlmen-Unlon. Avery, (kntntM-r, A. U. 102R.:! ,
artdo ,* shown by its rituals is dedicated to the Catholic religion. party, and vote the repubHcan send along tbe peach' bEolt' for Date.l this 38th daY of Augu '' I I." '
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TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES charity, and patriotism. ticket but when no-railed Greenville, and we don't mean O. W. AL-DERM.'I! I .'
fed peaches either.!' -Greenville (RIN'II' ) <'l.rk Circuit I.i
L There is no propaganda proposed or taught against democrats accepted the appointment corn Bradforil County FNOTICR \ I .I'
''f aa-delegates to the convention Progress' I., ';:
__ ._.- Protestants or Masons or persons not of Catholic faith knowing Just what wan going pOne ---r'. 5-else-5s9., I" I'

Jj M'AMI-Onwtth the rarer Thin eral Fred II. Rates han Ln effort Indeed Protestants and Masons are not rrfNrpd'ta directly to' happen" and' then bulled because reason" for so' many pedestrians !! ;4/

makh !.f' Is the> feeling here as reservations advised T. R. Hodges lit ate shell or indirectly in the ceremonial and pledges./ It did not happen their way being hurt by automobiles OP KLKCTION' if if1'n
/, pile In from all gcetlonn of the fish commissioner. and accepted the appointment as In that a man sees a creditor coming -
The ceremonial of the order teaches a high, pat-
1 rountrx from prominent race horse By the bootlegging" of nun in : republican elictol-a still'claiming\ and starts to cross the street '

bxl, 1' owner! for' ttle''pr'eposed'' Miami meant' the selling' < of then by dealers -, of civic duty: end holds up the Constitution 'of our tn be democrats, deserve' the scorn to avoid him Jest. as he gels; .halt- ttt. ** Rhi of >rlff Florida of :Hertford, CiWat ',

'"IIItHcj I 'f. winter' taclng neaaon.' Two hundred without )license.' More specifically lOLl 'and order, urges the conscientious and unselfish performance and contempt of all decent and way across ha sees another one on I\tt It known that Htato T. H.-Ctay of the t*,
of the street and fnnlr Hvorvtnry of
t stalls Have ready been reserved It means that dealers, who Constitution honorable citizens. Mont people the opposite\ side of KJorlda do hei-Mir rlv* nolle) ,
and holds the our
Jockey Club oflU'lalu' said. load up trucks with barrels of fish of civic duty up Wave an utter contempt and no respect while he Is figuring otrt how to I a OKNKHA I.. BLKOTION: will h.

::1 e a to sell the fish frew the InH-ks direct country as the richest; and most precious possession of a whatever for them. Who ran dodge him too near bumps him' ,- :I 4n on JHradfonl Tm-nJny n(nrt Sui'cceeding" thMonAHY Fl<; t

JACKSONVILLE population to local dealers. without baying ''knight of the order. 'respert' 'n-aitorll1-DAlton/ (Ga.) Kustls Lake Region In November. A. D.,,
: '
... the Raid Tuesday bring/ the HUt'
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estimate for JtaekaoBvtile of 147- taken previous orders tor them the entire ceremonials 'of the Citizen. of "November.
We can find nothing in 'Fort Meade-Pewee River Packing I : : ; .Senatnr'tthe '''
'fJ -oCottiti'essmen --- < tTn-ltml Hltntes
are doing Fop
rnmu J .00 hi l made In a new city directorynew a peddling; buntams, and
!''inn Ii I I. being distributed Here. The must have a license by paying order that to our minds could be objected to by any person.! : .' llreen'hau) declared) company organized with capital from Plate March nf 4 Flarlrtn, ISSII. for fix IF..I' i P,
i .
Urn Jn?, directory also staten, that there Is 1226 in taxes required in each MOTLEY I1EWES FLINT. himself t* fee true-to Democracy.Now << of $211.000.Orla.DI'uUOOO folic (.) PreiililvnHal Kl: pi
to be expanded for n..pr.'lIlIv.. of th* fPonnrrenMonal Pl,
al r,) $ tn the cltr'a hanks, county. 33rd Degree Past Grand Master of Masons of California. that All state 'candidates! for for building 'senior high school 1 nintrlot of th. )! ?
and that the an'n\lallndustrlal payroll e I whom wee. will' .vote have declared of Vlorlrta. t;: tJi* Sev.ntyflrst"'
id ,
DANA REID WELLEH. numtial training oliop.nethlelvem I.TKlted (
i 1.1t1llolI.Fnr
huI ) ) themselves ,for the 'entire ticket tress nt the/
11860AOeeOA Fort
t* PIt'1'l'e-Tbe alxtnnn cannon -
of the State of
Oovcfiior i il I
I,, a and four massive. anchor recently 32nd Degree Past Grand Master of Masons of California.VM. II might be a good; idea for. the -Work progressingon l of schoolhouse .
; of' construction new Fur S. wtn.rv of !State' of th.; 5
J.MA, KEY WEST-7-Justlce; Is an expensive recovered from the Bite of RHODES IIERVEYi. -rtt> comeout of Klnrlda. {
thing at times. It oast. the an old wreck near here once serviced Master' i the bushes,--<3aliienville Hun.' started remodeling F nrneyPlovldanrney (t.neral ei the ;
of Rite Lodge. Leel'lbnrg-W
33rd Degree Past" and Master Scottish of i
.I liiI rlty of Key West about $300 to a vessel' belonging to the fleet 1 and extending municipal lee.' For Comptroller of the BtiJ, ,
arrest a.man charged with"Jump- commanded by John Rlbault. bearing i SAMUEL-E. BC/RKt- IConUlIlJ'ful( l from page; 8)) Florlrt.t.. t '

IBK" a' $2 hotel bill here. The man French Hugneuot colonists to 32nd Degree Past Master and Inspector of Masonic District. --- plant.Chattahowhee New heating' Far Treasurer of tile !State! of.1 j I { t,

whose name Iran. not given, was the shores of America In the year Nertaljind that the service shouldbe system to be Installed at. Florida Id1"or !p..I"t..n""t' of Publ llKtrwrtlnn I' ,

taken at L wer' Matecumbe. The 1565. which perished in, a storm And Oust as Interesting as the report itself are the four forthcoming;, that I the present! Hospital for Insane For t'IIml..lnn..r! of\ the i Meta et of Florid Agrle ,il", ?

sheriff's fees totalled $33.30. that along the coast while sailing sooth the with official titles. eervlr I I. Incapable and therefore Tallahassee Building permits of 1h* State nt Flnrtfln.FoT'Tw .; I .
of the from Fort Caroline to the signatures attached tq report should bo replaced or added to by t JimlliH-n. the HU' ; : iM ,,)
peace606 '
of the justice engage
The and fair play Issued here during July totalled Cnwrt". of the HIM of Florida. 'OJ w lr;, ,
believed in .
and court costs and expenses took Spanish fleet 'in battle Accordingto committee evidently justice refrigerator'. service. If as It In $180,808, For 'Two nallrnad Commldd. "' .

\I'l tH reet. the belief of local authorities but it is not necessary to belong to the Masonic order to J hoped, the service ta ordered< ,' the Crescent City -Crescent. city Ice of For the mat mat Senator of "" "rlda.fni. 15th I t'' /1 ".

.*, who have been endeavoring to exercise that privilege.The 1 shapers md growers<< .ot this 'sec Company will extend gas service! tonal Dliitrlct of the 8tn.tt' of I'' t'lI'f,01' ,
solve the mystery of the relics. Uon and other sections will have Ida: 'If 1
MIAMI-Thlc city' Is to ,get a taken from between Sanford and DeLand., .For t
That ante-dates' above report is also public property being something worth- Ntals i
the wreck far been aocorded a11Vei the
new $50,000 passenger airplane Lake City-Work under' way remodeling n.. *... .t ofM "i'; ', 'r .,
station and $27,000 steel hangar. the Civil war is regarded as" certain Congressional Record, and we assure Forum writer in.his while by, the Interstate Commerce First National Bank Ida, {!\ f
; ,
for both' have been let i and there appears to be ample be taken Commission It la to be hoped that For Kor Sheriff.Cootvty. Jmlir J'I I \ I ; e'; r A"
Contracts I own words that "no action of any kind can against Block. !
Inc. historic evidence that Rlbaiilt'i, it wlU.-Plant City Courier. be For ("lerk of th.. '(" '",\lit foifcFer .: ", 1'' by Pan-American Airways that makes of it in Chlpley-Local cotton gins (' Jknumnur., of ,\ ,' u1 1
Y to a local contractor: Work will fleet perished along this portion any person or organization use any way* : --- ---- For TalC urrty Collector V\, I "" lJ. I

: begin at once,'and completion will ef the Florida Beast: either by publishing it, distributing itor quoting it." Don Lochflor, editor of tJCler en. lUOUntysstUnty Superintend., 'y :J I
fee In eight; weeks. The hangar will eWAUCHULAAppetite The Telegraph did not question the right of: any citizen : Mont Pr.s tI. has a keen much'eye for detail Worthington-Road, leading to For County .. Dmml..lt"i! i,, t'' ,,", ,
He isn't on.oy
proved ( '
says For Fl** County (' t
fee the'seeond for the city, being paved "
: the doom of a huge rattler 'treat to.take the records of Congress and print distribute r quote for a woman to pay | 5.00 fora For Throe Mnib.ri.'ot the. 'I'| I. '
already being In existence here. Cloud-Work to star soon, ty Board of Public tantructlfl 1\\ .
e :, here Inca most unusual way. them-that i is the privilege of any citizen of our republic. pair of silk .tocklnpII'; '' and then building St. Clonde Melbourne For JiiHtlre. of the T'vnve |Itlfor .If .
rabbit I down all $ 1,98 worthJaeksoo.ltle'.Tlme..Ulllon. :- the fnltawlnir" JUHtlixi Dbl l 'J.
swallowing a < on roll but
PENSACOLA. FLA.-K<\ Thor- But the moral and legal right of citizen :
we question any When highway. 'via: No. 1, t, 1. M
I .en': local! resident, was crossingone one side of, a fence, according to Melbourne-ISO,000 stock company For Constable lit nn<1 for tInwlnnt. "tl
PenaocoJa's streets when Robert Lanier, who found' the or group of citizens swayed by prejudice taking part of the we ever get; $6.09 worth of stockIngs formed for purpose of establishment JiHttlr. Districts, vISIII'' l

something clipped otf half a sheet snake on the farm belonging to public records and distorting them in an etTOT't,to discredit a at oie time certainly wantto of canning< factory .here. 1. In Z. 7.Tewtlworiy. Whereof. ll II t, +P!>

.f paper 1108 hed in his hand. It his brother, Albert': Lanier, who candidate for public office because of his religious( belief. II show 'em.-Dunnell6n Truth PPtrf hereunto set no y. hand, and 4 I hi
.14. the treat( Hen
I. ,
lives east of here, the snake started Some buy 'em to, wear; others to NO'1'llUI'" 14 ATtn' P'ft1I "'
live wire, which had just Stats of Floridahaimve at
wall a 4
fallen from -a h1 h)70werert'. through a meashed wire fence Likewise we believe only a person of "impious and veno how) It depends on the shape of TAX ItRKIl: the Capitalthe II" :

apparently after another rabbit &le mind" would to the distribution the Inner 'asinStarke Telegraph twenty-fin d I
Thor'! .sen had yadgje;. smeladeathbsThors mous stoop or ::8peak"ift defense Notice 1n IteroHr given hat L.0. August, A. 1:. 1519. :' "
bad saw en the ether side. Yeah. nut $5.00 will buy I'uwvll, holler of Tux tJ.rtlflrat No. U. CLAY CRAWF"
n missed death by inch of its distribution of such. "scurrilous wicked (
alUbeTious" \ 1'JI..
He caught the second rabbit, before teller 'more puIrH of the kind that 14t, the. 5th a A. H. 19t Racretary/ oft'I' :
.s. ham 1II, .<1 55141 I 'srllnrate I In my titlice ; Tow, J. Rppernon: KteerlfT ofil" .
literature. knowing full well its false character and
.. the portion of, his body* containing wear- a long time. They're made / and wmd .apt>llcutlon fur "Tax ford County.;! t-Jt-10;' ': n J
the first had N I --. WMWHHIB. MMMBaiMAnwMMWBMMmMMIBi,| t! '
FORT PIERCE-Will H. Hays passed that the, records of Congress- carried proof of its fa'ene! : "
czar of the movies, premises an through the mesh, and swallowed The three line paragraph grating on the sensibilities' of,: ..- ; I
It. only to find that neither ot the' ; + 6i '
Investigation Into the alleged I knots in bin body caused by the Forum' writer was called a warning, a news item an editorial,
showing In various moving plct-
UM theatres_ the country of 'two rabbits world pass through a tfefeuAe, a threat and the purest kind of bunk.

old Mississippi river flood pictures the Cence. Unable to move either Whether this is called a defense: of the Knights>t 'Co-: 1*k *!
way, the snake soon died.:It 'wa(* '
relabeled as scenes "of terlfin flood six feet long had sixteen rattles lurnbus or, more bunk putout ;'for political purposes.by those i
renditions along the Florida East '
and button who to know better" is
a ought immaterial.
Coast,'on* scene at which'was saidto .
have shown a bulldlng,floatlng: It:: is written W
........................ ..: .. ServicePJi
leisurely through the streets of .
Fort Pierce. .. vTArvmn... B# use this a Democratic newspaper and will }support

tin lieroocratic nominees .
e *
sttoa *.. l'fI' __.. C.r, : PJi '
JACKSONVILLE: FCIW" A. Because I while criticism of such stand from E'ither"Demd- t'
Hathaway, chairman of Jhe State :......................: craior; l
: Republican will be given every consideration ; IfI'
and the's '
Road Department" has requested Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May and Mr. :
Insinuations as to misuse of this column are not
that tM clrcn-latton .f a petition and Mrs. W. C. Parish were visitors appreciated -

here to place his name on the to Jacksonville last Buadatv 1'ir'6

ballot for the .race for the oftlce Misses' May Jones Jessie Williams,, Vhen it i is, apparent such insinuations were jworoptexlsrtTelybecause t

of county euperintendeet of pubflc Mrs. Mary Geiger visited lier-sister I'I'M
Instruction be stopped.Dr. Mrs. M. Walnwrlgbf of we. preferred remaining in the Democratic cotmnji .- Mail Order House

Hathaway expressed, his appreciation Hawthorne last Sunday., '. ,

of the interest taken Rev Dixon of Jacksonville' filled 0

by his friends but elated thai oth- bin regular appointment nert '- '-

er' plans made it impossible for fast !Sunday! as pastor of the First I
him to' consider becoming' a candidate Chirnt church of Hampton. '

. for the office of superintendent J. N. Rutledge and family Herbert f1' (
of public Instruction In theNov..mber Dtirden, and Mrs. 9. H. Lof- [ THE POLITICAL POTIts I Automobiles, radio sets, tires, pianos and '
tin enjoyed an outing at Pablo
.. Beach last Sunday. e other similar things require service-pot', .

ST.- AtJGtTSTINK coroner's L. L. Bedenbaugh and family of -- .... -.. .. .
-- -- -+ at the time you buy them more
jury Inquiring into the causes Jacksonville were the guests. of O ,

which led Up to the death of W. R. Mr. Bendebauggh'a parents, Mr. amusing to bear a f1yed-la-t1Ht TIM Star in not the ory paper lest l throughout 'their lives.,
j Rogers, whose body was found and Mrs. L. L. Bedenbaugh, last woo] Republican one who register agreeing with Senator George just p or 1.

Wednesday ervealag In the woods Sunday. ed'as'a, Democrat And voted In she' the revolt In the rank of democracy -

ten miles south of the city of Hastings Rev. Flitch, principal of tbe pub recent. primary, but who never this year I la a serious menaceto There are of course, other things you

reported' that lie had met lie ,school, spent the weekittt with toted. tin ..U nal DnmoeratlA' ticket Die longevity of the democratic I '
death ATM to strangulation froma his family at Lowtey.Mrs. in his life, nay: "I am going to party aa a national Institution. buy where service is. not, a 'factor. But tt

belt about,the neck placed there Josephine Sullivan. who vote the Republican national tic- Read what the Sanford herald'
'' hot'this year.Lv Oak': Democrat 0 why send away for'tires? The post
by unknown hands. has been Attending; the revival services nays: fortunately, ln Vei ". Ill

Rogers, employed by a local at the Baptist hureb.. at Frfnt' MB name, brother: and paradoxically, a* It now _eM'S' office will not demount your old tire,' 'i 3 1 i.
print his name.-Palm Bench In the heart of .
drug company had been missing Theressa has returned to her home the! democratic party

from St. Augustine since Thursday dependent. Is the Solid South. Wlthoirt It the mount the new one, inflate it to the cor.

September 6 when he here.Mrs. party of Jefferson and Jack-ton
disappeared) Theodore Sparkman aid -- ---o---- -- i 0
leaving a wife and*twq children. daughters and mother, all of Branford W, C. Distant, the millionaire would be a dead and hopeteMlydliilntegrated .j < rect pressure, examine your wheels for .

Later he was,, seen Inj! Bunnell were the guests of Mrs. W. automobile manufacturer, has cre- donkey. Ikrlter, If rims free from rust
where'hls ear -*' ." found. B. Roper last Sunday. ated somewhat ot a senefttio naUonaTly there are toe many of theM.will A alignment, keep your ;

Mrs. J. Pursley spent the weekend by his offer oT a'' $25,000 find themselves absolutely wKhont \, and then at regular intervals inspect jeC

FT. MYERS;' FLA Mrs with her daughters. Mrs Car Cain prize for "the beet and 'moat anything to return to after casting l '

Maude Stevenfpn-S0, of this city, penter and ttirs. Tuten, both of practical plan to make the United their vote for Hoover. There will your tires for tread cuts and minor in-

fell to her death between the Palatka. State bone dry Mr.\ Decent MM be no democratic party with principle free air and '1 1C
wheels of a truck on the Punta Mrs. M. E. Manalre has been that be seen the United States eo'whleh oo true democrat juries. They keep

Gorda read late Thursday, when 4pendlag a few weeks with her cjrcled hy the widespread vlotettov could subscribe. It woul be farewell water on tap and maintain road service. I I'
according- to witnesses she attempted daughter b'ri. Benjamin Rra- of the liquor law embodied Jeff Arson. Jackson, Clevelandand I'j I

to transfer,from an?auto- aen of Jacksonville.Mrs. le'the 11th amendment." Ills big' Wilson'and ,to the tradition
mobile, la which she waa a pas K, B. Wattereon entertained off.y and the reason that Inspired : which they .tabl.hahed.--ocala We do all these things. t'; ;;

senger, to the 'truck, "While both last Friday evening In bail &K- farm another -blow' at 'the contention Star.

were speeding along at approximately or of the school teachers at Hotel of those''Who' claim that ..e

20 miles an hour. Hampton. Music gamee and refreshments the country !Is 'dry, who, contend Lex Green cur handsome all4lhllrc1..or1iln. Moreover, we'll sel1'you a Goodyear "

1. A. Edmlalstan, wh<* was were enjoyed 'wing; that the national prohibition-taw )
Congressman... d of "
driving the automiblo said Mrs. the evening. Those Invited were: la befog; enforeed raceeaifully and Pathfinder tire -a quality product !
Just where he stands. far
Stevenson had hailed the truck Misses May Jones. Jssla *Wmia M, wtae also promulgate the fatN'...- and at 't '
as we have been able to read. LeE the world's largest factory a
and asked for ride to Punta Alxander Wilma Matwell '
a Wilma gument that the country win bewet 4
ha been
Gorda..' but the track driver. had Code Mosety' and Miss Bennett ol only. .If Gorernor Bmttb "U Into print with very tiring active he tn wa Jumping. doing price as low as that charged by the mail ::
refused. The truck driver. Daniel Messrs. Percy Ortfi. elected td '
Hawthorne; the presidency.-KUfntnree "
Crosby, was "aid 'by witnesses not M. C. Sweeney. C. E. Heath and Valley Gazette. for many the too."deertrlct he has: been_n wide they awake were: Q order house.Remember \ j .1

to have been to blame for.the acd- Mr and Mr. W. O. Bennett <* ---o--
---- -but be 'In .' tittlebackward'
HawthorneMr. Oar Catholic brother
Leesbnrg-A new city. ordinance and Mrs. P. B. Hjfvt are ed and 'dli cu sed perhaps are .hl-more .about the AI Smith business Pow.ibly 4 -no delay-no ,postage or ti aexpressno
Jumping' Into that J* About '
ce ..., which prohibits any se* pending this week In Valdosta, than any other denomination bet H :
labor your
a* dangerous looking as sdmetiring hand on part I'
llcltor for an outside concern frott after that their Protestant brothers "

doing house to house''' fySalnrtfa Ga.Mrs.. K. B. Watterson. was shopping eau find to say against them' when Knights they of were PjthtaB being ran Initiated/-irp against and you see what you're getting before U { i;

With*", Bret pevtlag a $8t 9-ben, III I fn Gainesville last Saturday. the fact can not be overlooked that Madison Recorder.And II
Enterprl.e- ,
with the etty to protect bouse Mrs. Roberta formerly,,:Miss Gertrude In an the world there la net a peo you buy. ldt
i .a I. i
holders brought a salesman ol the Wynn has; returned to fief ptft.that,are more sincere and true t r ,
Real Silk Hosiery comea-ftr 'into home ta Lake: Butler after a visit to. u.,1, belief whether it be rightor the height of something or 1 r y

the tells as the first offender. with her .parents. Mr. aid tit*. tt. wrog. If these of tbe hindered other I* a wet r p blleaa Catholic o -"We are here-at your call, 'every day in 4'1ir i' .:

After betnr heM In jell for 12 Wynn. faith who are always)-s. ready to who .Is going to vote for Hoover
the Service. J1
hours the hosiery salesman was released Mtoses Carrie Wynn and-Aaato lad fault with someone else would ecplatnlac. his petition. to a dry year-for' ,

when his company one of Laura Tucker agent the weet..Dd upend' more time practicing their democratic Methodist who Is going '

Uu fgst ste kind to the rouatry with Mien) Wyna' sister Mrs.. Roberts ewe keHef thing would 'lx naaellbetter .. vote for 8 Bjth/ -fs*' (Ana.) f

cmara.teed bfa oA at $10*. of Lake Butler. .I S from* religious *tandpoiBt. Journal-Tribune.

The hearing In the case will come Hot whether we be CaU< I-- '
up next. Monday: Stuart--Repairs being 11I84. .. idle! Methodist, Da U*<.or Pftsbytortm Preacher. PwlltlcUA. BtraionUIM Supreme Service Station No 2STARKE }

local schoolhouse.Ha ..... *. K <. set oar creed tM" bell's f.r e. ar. ..- ,

Tattakane-Tbev.. njttrt be mo tl.gWork ruder. ...,. *. but our deeds wM h are going .to biRd GeverBr Sotltii. Perhaps the t

"bti.U.gal.g" ssf .ela I* nertea, emIt constriction of new bridge across admit n* tbrugh the pearly gate good doctor may be able to recall FLORIDA f!

is against the law. Attorney Gen Deep Creek south of here.I Bladlson Entrprla --Recorder the famous word: "Get the. b..s41.t.u .- t 1 ,
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MISS LOIN' HCOTT TO WED Harriet nitc., Mary Cuuova and ,

AKC11 GKICINKK; HKPT Slth Florence Andrews.All Yale Blues" Under Royal 1 Declare War on All Insects-Kill The

members of the chapter cordially .. rn
A .ndli pth m w y. Bt Brand Insect PowT
Jc1ib1 Reverend and Mrs, George F. Invited to attend the lunch .

Scott announce the engagement eon. Patronage Sets Britain Dancing d.rorLiqutdklilaPH.Ant.Roach.Pouttry L4c\ .,MosquitoM: ,FUas,Bd Bugs.and oth.rin- .BEE BRAND

and approaching marriage of their 'cts.Won'i pot orstain.U..powder on plant. ( pd, nand L fai

daughter Lois AdelH, to Mr. LANDS lit: rOL'MJ lUSH p.ts. Wr M M for FREE .lt taoltel.. If 50.10e"srse i6oo se e tr 7St
C the weddlue dmlorcin'Isupply.wewillshlpbypareclpoMat. I.Upric..named.
Archie tirelner )0.
"fc ,
MCCORMICK *p*V% 5.- .. ler..v o-)
: of .""""" ,M4. JStI
to take pltro on the afternoon A of B.M .
h MI88 MAL1MH fishing party composed
:J+ Thursday. September the twenty- Johns J. W. Andrews! Jr., and r
seventh W. M. Wainwright went to Varnas
In compliment to Miss Sara The foregoing announcement Is
t lake Tuesday! afternoon In spite ,13
k Mal pall, who leaves Saturday:) for of much Internet In Lakeland and of the nil ft" breezes following the I

the Stale> Normal college In liar- this Becllou, the b'b'lde-lo-bu buiirf storm of Monday. A good catch K

o rlsonburg .Va., Minn. Madge Mid- popular In younger circles! was made by members of the par ;

"p '. ; dleton gave a bridge; going away The wedding, will be a simple af- ty the prize for the afternoon being -

log- nhower Tuesday cvculiig. fair, taking place at four o'clockat landed by Mr. Andrews, who \Y43

'b r The guests. played bridge Iti tliu College Heights church Only brought In a bass weighing 13: : ; h
living room prettily arranged for Immediate family' relatives and u pounds. ; Egfl/kR ODOR

'' the occasion until u lato hour few fileiid, are Invited. .<"
compared MI'e. Miss Scott attended Lakeland
when, scores were !
Mlles Claudia tillchrist: of' Columbia -
C. A. Kulght won high and was high school and Southern College: S. C., has accepted the !
given a box! of Btatlouery. lines! where she became a member of the .
teachnrn' training department In !
,,. { Malpaa received] a net, of lliiicurle Mu Tau Beta sorority the Uradforcl County high acbool..Mr. IP1t:; d. '$/",i'S{ 'I+"i-' ''... s"
to Mr. Orelner, originally of Iowa i
low. Cut proved
pile for prize ;ys HERE YOU ARE
.. and Mrs L. K. Jordan andcsiildren \J: FRIENDS
bo'an embroidered guest towel and Is the lion of Mr. and Mrs.. A. of Oviedo! spent the ,. : ; ; "

4 f went to MIHH Hazel Klcklitcr. Orelner, of Lako Hamilton lie weekcudwith Mr. and Mrs. T. J.Griffln. r ";"" I / /

r .A hat box was presented owns a drug; store at Dundee and \ > The new of the
d' to Miss Malpus wllli an acuoinpanylng it is In that place the young couple .4 ":, Aa i manager

vciso which requested her will reside. He[ la a' graduate of ..... ,

J +"Sy'9' ,' to try on tier new bat Upon opening the University of Florida and a The faculty of II. H. 11.'held ,<,v L /

144 the bux acre was surprised to member of the I'hl Kappa Alpha short meeting Friday afternoonat \ : Indepedent Stores Co.

r 44> find many dainty and useful gifts. fraternity.- ) -Telegrant, Lake three o'clock, at the high school

The 1 hoHlesii utmlated by her building the purpose of the meal

h mother Mrs. W. E. Middleton uer- land.Miss Lois Scott has often visited Jag being to straighten out the wishes to call

,p' pr y ved a shrimp 'sulad course In Starke as the guest, of her undo schedule for tho term which be- BERME oCUMMIKS your attention to a !

Those Invited to bo with the and aunt, Mr. and Mm. F. A, gan Monday September 17th. ,

; ''" ; honor guest were Miss t Ktherurlf- Scott, and her friends here are interacted ._ v I If7 t few of our specials for i

''i''i"';iJSr'iii SKM fin Mills J\IY1'tlce Jackson Miss I in hor approaching inarilugc. Among lho"o'attending the district f

i :'",r Blanche Alderman Mlaa Margal'otI meeting of the Woodmen clr1do ==

't Long Mlaa Hazel Klcklller Mice' at Island Grove Friday evening Saturday Sept 22'

Myrwln Jackson, MHH! Florence IWi'fmC1' MIITIMJ: ; OF were Mrs. Vonda Inman Mrs. Lula /1 r r I

r' ;t Matthews Minn Eunice Perkins C1IKISTIA.V i.M> '.\Volt Hullo. Mrs. Win. Uryan) Mrs.. Nat 1 > --
Mills Mlunl Gruber, Mm. C. A. Williams Mrs. Lena Overstreet m

+s Knight.\: Airs. II. C. Kltcli and Mrs. The Sixth annual Jacksonville Miss Gladys Williams, Mrs H. M. Pure Granulated SUGAR lb. 6c
c'S J. S. Mulpas. the !homirce'a mother. Snyder Miss Edna!: Hutto. Mrsr per
| District Convention was held In
-- Slim Kimball, Mrs. T. H. Clark I
i Augustine Sept. 8-9. It is behaved -
TWK.NTIIJTH CKNTIUY: CLL'II all of Starke Grove Number 278.
y that this. was the best on /IrU\( \
%F, record. There were approximately -- delegates 6Ib.SackBallardFlour37c :
The Kingsley lake cottage of
lr1 300 delegates. The theme of the -
Dr. and 111 rlJ. U.! L. lilggs was the Qtlf'
during the University district
convention was "Cruvado With N ..
1. scene of the Twentieth Century Christ"; text, "Put' on (lie Wholu meeting of the Christian t Endeavor : : .te" I IifrR1rT&r

,, 1 with card club them when on Wednesday the members evening met Armour Find My of Place.Cods"song "Help Me to( Sept.lachen 15th; Micanopy and 16th Ralford., were: Inter-Live 'l'nt Sol} jilt Yale .lluIIt! weln eiawj t .nAll upon"ht' It"lk, Tee. fC""8." viuvt t _._: 12 Ib. Sack BallarFlour: -70c

t i The porch, where the tables Jerry Johnson Jleld secretary forFlorida Oak. Archer Hawthorne. Gainesville Musician PopularizesDance bend knee (5)) bend right knee ---- '

were arranged, was attractively We I bo Lake Buller and regaining direction for another
a )t decorated with roues and golden- Christian! Endeavor!: led McIntosh Lawrence Wllllaiiia of as Quickly as movement. ((8)) 24 lb. Sack Ballard Flour '
rod. the song services at every session M Side Step--Side Walk L. F. ( $1.40
4 a of the two-day meet. The Flagler Jacksonville, State President and Prince of Wales (S) Side Walk R. P. ((5)) followed
Mrs 0, L. found toT
Deanley was
; Wilson Green of Ueddlck Vice ,
t p Memorial Presbyterian churchwas by L. R. (QQ) step on Land
hold first prize:. when scores were the host church and the local President! were also here: Lake The Prince of Wales danced the! bend knee'(8)( ) bend right i 6 Ib. Sack I
$p totaled and was given a compact. Christian Endeavors!: planned many Butler invited the members of the new blues rhythm -"Yale Blues' ," knee and regain line of dance. Pillsbury Flour 33c
r First prize for men went to S. I.. entertaining features for visitors, University 'district to meet with at the Park Lane Hotel in Lon Outside Tilt-Step outside of

n Peek and proved to !be a box of the Vllano them next year. don. Bearing this stamp of approval partner L. F. ((5)) R. F. ((8)
stationery Mra. G. M. In man ro- among which were the dance immediately became Swing L. F. forward with slight '

celved a luncheon bet for low and beach party banquet' Saturday No more anxiety: No more danger. the craze of the day. ltd rise on R. F. (Q) pass L. F. 12 lb. Sack ,Pillsbury Flour 65c
night aud'a picnic 'SlIpper Sunday and both of English
J, J. Truby who also made low tune steps being behind right (Q) step; to right
All through the conventionthe No more doubt. Use FLY- origin added to its popularityuntil
with a pair of socks night. with R. F. (Q) bring L. F, to
a't was presented spirit of Crusading with Christ TUX, then you may be sure your it almost became a national right and brush through ((8))

c, Invited bo with the members was no, Inspiring \that when the garments will retain their original mania.In Reverse Cross Turn-L. Jo'. forward Z:?Pjb. Sack Pillsbury Flour $$1.30
wy k' present were Miss Ethel Grlmn and cloning service came each Endeavor beauty and perfection-free from New York, Bernie Cummins 'i reverse turn (Q) Step ., -

Mlas\ (Janet Uurdeit, of Tampa.AKTEHNOON roall"edtbe" I importanceof ,theirplace ravages of inotlm. FLY-TOX kills orchestra director at the Hotel bark on R. F. /4 turn (Q) drawL.

-- In life. The devotional of troths eggs, larvae. Spray Ihorj] ,liiltmore and musical arbiter of F. over R. F. (8)). Step backon
CARl tLtllMrs. many Greek letter fraternities R. F. (Q) balance forwardQ
oiighly blankets, carpets rugs
each service were aa follows: heard tales of this English fox. ( ) balance backwards LARD
-- clothing turn and woolens. INHIS'r making! I
L. entertained the "Crusado With CllI'll.Itln Uvaug-!: ;f trot and cabled for copies of it. a % turn ((8) bring L. )I'.
f Wymaii ellum" by Con. U. ,A', Greens; of on FLY-TOX. FLY-TOX l I. Within the week he started to side of R. F. and make '

t Afternoon card club at her 1 I't S lake cottage on Friday. With Christ, In kChrI"- Mellon Institute of Industrial' L to their colleges from Bide with L. F. ((5) step back ,

The large veranda was brightened Ian Citizenship" -Mr. Etta!: ; )Pert- Research by Hex Fellowuhlp. Kim-," Christmas holidays in New York with R. F. (Q) close L. F. to

with quantities of golden rod schl--Jacksonville.. pie Instructions on each bottle fo introduced it on the campus.! R. F. (Q) changing feet with
r ranged in baskets and vases. "of N 'Crusading" klllliiR ALL household Inxects,, Within two weeks the "YaleBlues" slight (spring the R.' F. taking 50c
t l Mrs. titeruberg: \held high and received > "The James Courage FLY-TOX Is, sate ,Btuinlesa, frog was known, all over our long step forward ((5)). !
laco table runner while ; Barboe--Jackaey ,country. Now Bemie Cummins Tempo 34 bars per minute '
a .. ', .. bottle
\ rant surerEvery guaran
ville.. ,* ,..; J"i 1M wonderingwhether the Prince Tim, common. ((9)) representstwo
Mrs. made was
Durnlfr.. i "Crusade With t Christ In World toed.;-Adv, I d Wales or he can start a dance eats. (Q) represents one I !
piece < (Itt erle. .. 8uoundPail$1.O0
given a ft
Peace", Karl Parker, Intermediate quicker.-Here it is: beat. R. F. (right: foot), L. F.
Playing iards: were: Mru. A. Z. C. Id.. Jacksonville. : AID roil HTOU.MAny NUI'FEIIIIti4" : : Forward Step-Gentlemen. R. F (left foot). Walking steps should I
+S Adktns. Mra. N, Sternberg, Mrs. "The Place of Social Service In forward ((8)) L. 1''. forward (S) be dragged. Side movements performed

Edward Burns Mrs II, V. Knight the Crusade ", Cecil Thompson local citizens: desiring to'!' open, change! to right side (QQ) with slight sway from
Miss. Mabel teller Mian Kate Gal nesvillo. contribute to the American lied: clone L. F. to R. F., ((5)) and knees. S SS Welcome to our Store. Come in and

''t I + Struth.. Mrs. S. T. Doll of Gaines- At the regular C. IJ! meeting Cross for the relief( of sufferers In brush! through. ((8)) denotes a slow step Q a i
vllle, Mrs. S. L. Peek Mis.. D. C the storm requested to 1st Side Step-Open chasse to quick step and QQ two quick :
hour the Westminster I'resbyferlonC. ( area are side (QQ) step on L. F. and steps together. ; !
Jones Mrs. 10. M. Johns, Mrs. O. I coming acquainted.
hand In their contribution to J. I K get
i; I:. a pugoant: written by s- I
) A. Knight.. ft and Mru." J, C.rlloover.LKWIS the district gave president Sara Leigh rift burg Va., Miss Madgo ]\trld-',"t ? ,., ..'J-L \ may' 'be" binTt; at'' Phoenix; I Park
v( entitled "What's amount. subscribed! here to head- M13TIIOOIMT r'IIUIICll
: Macclenny property of Asiatic Petroleum Co.
\ SI\1\JIoR\ : AMJUI1NH > Co.
1\l \ Stores
t Wrong!: with My C: K.T: As a result I iplarters WashingtonIIIKT JacksouvllleWork& started on Independent : ,
: convention Jacksonville -- I'.iuHli: Marvin Hook, I'liHltir
of this 1928 IS11'0 Al'l'IDIMTMis. construction of new Florida Title I

-G-, K:.--Lewis!! and J. top with District C. U.!:wants news to suhsurpltloiiK.go.over the Sunday lu00: o'clock.School K.Sunday l'Cl'tynlall\: morningat and Trust Company's building. C. E. Cowles Manager. :

A. A Durdeii of Hampton
\ were rharuiliiK hOIli ''
t tr Ten Bubxcrlptloiin are ouly $2.25 Superintendent\ ,
i 'blidgeVednes- wholo and you willnovel' wan hurt\ In un automohile'aeei- Worship at 11:00. : a. m. and ._ I
for year
the home of Mm. Ed: a dent at Ocala Sunday when the _. :
know what Florida Christian 8:00: ) p. in.Epworth. A -
,j ; cur In which she was riding" wan CENT WORD
League Sunday even-
doing until you
Endeavors: are
filled iarg 'floor bas struck by a car driven !by) J. (I. =-- -
thin, WemmlnsterPreubyterlon Inn at 7:15: o'clock.Midweek
read pupur.
1 :! lloyd of Bald WI0. Mint t Durden)
artistically placed ru
C. Ei. won the efficiency devotion Wednesday COLUMNFOR
*' where the players wait taken to the hospital In Ocalabrought .
0. 11.News" --
and It was the
I'1 I.I.IMeedamec cup
( > for treatment and was In I'ICIMIVTKIII.\N; : ciititcu KBNT-Furnished apartment
win it.
l helped them '
that ..
were totaled Mrs. Daytouu District came up and her homo Tuesday. DetniU of the .. -- lu town. J. F. Klcklitor
found to hold high accident were not given.CAIIDw < 1\11.1.(1'1' *
it took charge of the sunrise prayerlIervlce' |Rev k'ot'gc i /. II. Lowry, 8-3-tf.

with a hand held on the top of "Fort I 'rlt.NKNVe 10 Ly m, Sunday School Mr. J.M. '. FOIt: HALE py Delected
bon dish, Mrs. A. Z. Murldu. and put it-over 'one hundred j-"'-- Truby Superintendent. double
second an emI \ 11 poppies Mrs. J. C. Hoover -
percentju' like they always wish to take this method of a. tn Morning Worship. Ser- Starke, }'Ia: 9-14-2t
Low a
I : towel. do. Come 011 ynlvcrslty District thanking our many friends and .mon by tho pastor.
( r/ went to bars I E: L. In 7:15 ]p. m. Christian Kndeavor.:
r 9 let's all go over lhe top relatives for 'their untiring H ervlctta FOIt SALK Horse and wagon.
,' 8, p. m. Evening: worship. Sermon -
our UU-U'program: during theIIIKess and death Olin White Starke, 0-21-: :J
} The nodtesiiea nerved a chicken sby the pastor. '
ot one son anI' brotUor and for 31.
P1 Bttjad course at the floss\ of the <.'.\1.1.- MKUTIMl: : 01' I.:. I)-,(). tilt many beautiful ilr/ral ofierlngs Prayer meeting Wednesday ev- | _
r progressions..Invited tnlng at 8 o'clock. FURNISHED< Apartment' for rent
sent! as oxpresMioim: .sympathy
\ ,to enjoy the hottpltaHty \ --- also
1 There wad. u. cull 'meeting of' the To Dm. W. K. Mlddleton and. Holland furnished room.
+ of the hosteHsoa, were: Mrs.! of U. D. C. lastThursday Kli'I ha Mrs. J. S. Malpas. 931.3tWAN1'1D *
local ,
we are especially giateful
f 6 ll II. C, Hitch ors R. J, Davis .J\lrs. afternoon, the meeting Mr. and Mrs. Oscar I. Waters /
t fur thrlr to
0 L. BeasleyMrs' A Z. Adklns, held In the home. of Mrs. every nave, our Starke.. a girl.I Sept. 12th. !: Two young men I
y' Mri. 8. I... Peek, Mra. D. A. Mon- being ; ,loved gne. < Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rhoden, boarders. Meals and board> rea

1 tleth. Mra. W. I'. Kandall. Mrs., K.The A. Weeks pietildent Miss Amelia Kay, Mru." and Lellu Don SltlleyvTed Stllluy: Starke a buy, Sept. 17th. sonable. Addle Hultden. 9-21-11 Our Bank Is

\V, M Wainwright, Mm.' J. I K.: Corpeeing. the business 'Mr. and Mrs\ Joe Keene.\: Hampton -
presided and announced Mrs: Buford.OAKDOFTIIAMi.4" FOR SALK-Reed baby sulky, also
( Mr*. If. y. Knight. Mrs. K.U. :. Raymond a boy Sept 18th.
01': to
to bo election delegates I play; Mra. Jlnfmle
pen Mal-
k Bl :CK; > Mrs. J, W. Andrews Jr.. El YOUR SHIELD
the state convention which convenes pirate, near light -
plant It
M> .
K M. John. Mru. J. C. Hoblu In Tallaliaaneo ou the 16th\ oncu)

+a son Mrs, C. A, Knight, Mrs Coo.I' of October; also, arrangements to We wish to (thank all who took ---- jo'OR'SALI Charleston Wake-

Flynn, ,and Mrs,.|U..O. Wall. be made for the Martanna, Day part on programs assisted In eiileitalnlliK School patrons pleats notice field cabbage plants, $1,50 per Against Loss !

N1'lmT.U\1i: w. M. 15 1. I which la Thursday, the :27th: of In any way and those ,' that books, must bepald for In 1.009. A. P. Schnell.; Lawtey _
1 who provided places for our guests hash; no kindly be prepared when Fla. 9-21-lt C
t.'mCLI- September.Mrs. We
...- L. A. David will attend the to stay during the week-end. t .you call for them. guard you against loss,by our careful hand C

,f/ I The 'three circles of the Baptist convention an director of the Ruby Christian! Kudeavorj juemberB.Citwtbjtiuiley J. ,V. Morgan. Dealer FOR SALK! One good work ling of your funds: -we are always eager to give

.' ,Woman's Missionary Union were Davis Chapter. C. of C. and the -- e---- +-w- )mare one typewriter, one chain you our best advice on any financial problems .you
Winter Haven-Machinery for flefdTHtence .
delegates were electedto one stretcher.F. : .
delightfully entertained have
Monday 'to ]
--- --e operation of Florid Citrus Growers K. Chase;* Starke. 9.14.2t5Fult may face :
1lS.S. afternoon' at t.hreorthirty! o'clock represent the W. T. Weeks Ftlendt ; f ,Mr. Her cbl1t Crosby > Clearing House Association .. .. ,
,Mrs.. 0, W. Chaptr U. I). C. hire O. 1,. B aao Obey the '
by, Alderman at herhauls who made) Starke his'tiome\ fora 'completed; here recently.: fSALK-.Shafting,, pulleys new command of business: "l oy by

on Walnut street which was ley, Mra.A Adklnsi., :. alternates: number of years will be Interested ft Krooksvllle-New Masonic Temple speed pulleys and hangers dlaiard "- check." S ," .
Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. U. L. [
beailtlfulllrldecorated with 9)
vases hi rl'aelllu.Ibe: following an- to be erected In this town. .>J. In| reniodellnic of 011. "
t. Of old"$)'$tow and fern. DljIlits.; .... uOlIl1c.meut.1 -; ': ," Orange Park-New-eclioouhougewll presa'rooni. 1 I *' fcoudltloti Rj ..? Nothing equals! the check'in j "convenience' andsafety.
S 1NrstGbo* C. White lead the de- According ,to 'a H)..I.- ;unUalt{tuy- 'Mr. and Mrs. J. ; .. When cancel"led .
_ ,t vo tonal service which was follow.ediVy torn the chapter will entertainthe G. Curtey announce t | be built here soon and vl)| .bograpn. Ip'1oc\ cheap.C Teler -. % :, ; yorfySy'a kill by check, your

; fleY8flll'ultnt.$". payers! veterans: of J, J. IJlekerllOn'athOt'lYe daughter the.4lvl.I marriage, to JMr. llerii'l-ell of their u'lie Bristol-Liberty bell Octobor County Fair to Rtarkel:"Fla"r_: I,. Ri pr' .;check:is automatic; receipt guarding you
15-20 ,
i ljj' ,4Irierhraiipresld$ ; it of c4nryp o'clock luncheon Knight Crosby, Saturday.,September [J" Daytona Beach- Improvements, fOR SALt', !:-6ng!i! IB"ftOltown' canoe ." against the possibility of double payment.
the.Staeke\Yf M. If. bad ...blukJof) ot ili l\Iarla.nt Day the 27th lust., H err
18 gauge 'This
the eighth, Wlnchenter '
nineteen hundred to be Blade\ to various city streets. 011\ and other advantages ha made tfie checkbook
tbd at the club house. The following .
business meeting an appointtna'commtttee' and pump sub, model 1897. ye '
twenty-eight at the First Fort Pierce
":" Dredging work on '
,, ;: committee was appointed to Methodist church. Jacksonville Both In first' class condition. } the sine qua non. of modem business.bpen'a .
litre. channel
ship ot lo<'al, harbor started .
c Mra.V, J. Kpperson gave a talk range for and serve luncheon: priced very reasonably for m
on:,the Ruby 'Anniversary: work It. 'A.' Weeks, chairman? Mrnt J. f'lorlda. 1 _S _,. l--' ai 'Construction| by Fort Pierce Financing and vale. Harold Lawrence, quick Keystone ) checking account, today.'

/ ;wbfch(: was followed, by,,a solo by M. Brownlee. Mrs. J. II Rltch. Company. HeightVia.. Box 37 'It. Our
Mra. J, Duller with i Miss blancher Mrs Q.; L. !lleasley. Mrs. W, L. UI'p'.r.IM'r: .\ I Palatka-Southern Product Co. or -. 8 business ,is built on 'foundation of courteous

2 .,Alderman as ac.companlnt'! 'r', Wall Mrs.' J. W, Andrews, Jr. ((0. I*, ,:Raymond Pastor.) doubling!, alMarlon capacity of local' plant. I FOR SALK!--Missionary strawberry [a efficient service.Bradford .
? During the social hour.the hoa- Mrs. H. L. Peek, Mrs. George : CountY' Fair to I plants; brood.BOWS,. with pigs. a
_ "*teak aaslnted by Misses BlancheAlderman JJ. Flynn Mrs. Mrs. L. A Klckllter.Sunda school Supt.Worship at 10 k7fu.TJ. F. be Held 1. here November. :; -December Red Duroc and Poland China [{ Bank

and Eunice; Perkins Davis. Law ley members: Mrs. Wanted experienced strawberry [ County
14' at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Umatilla
Contract let for
;Meitdames T J. Alderman and G, George W. Roberts. Mrs. ISffle MIner grower.. white colored with [
; 1 c :c-vhl: served delicious, TefreshmsAts and Mrs. Louis H. lilt(. To Mid-Week Y. p U.a at& 7 p. m. double northeast slag-surfacing. rpad< .in family large enough to handle J Bradford County's Financial Stronghold

r i, of punch and cake. '. serve: Misses Virginia, Weeks ISjf. service Wednesday' -. portion of Lake County. 4 or 5 acres on shares C.: Letsch }
), 1, Jacksonville--$1,0- 0.000 plant Starke. &-31.4t : -- -
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. .wwssaw _I"W'-.- >"11 ---r Mrs. C, I, Ames and BOOS, Irving, College to train for Kindergartenwork. I months in cities ot Alabama, Tennessee strawberries for coming: season j Mr and Mrs. J.nJ'. Rlgdon bad ,
1enJelk Jr., and willlam. ot Lake Worth, I and Kentucky.I : lie says there will be between 200 as guests{ Saturday and Sunday I A''
are guests ot Air. and Mrs. D. I. and 250 acres of berries' at Lawtey I Elder Lewis Sheffield and Ocla
rD f Bits of Ames. Miss\ Minnie Oruber of Alma, i have added a Hoffman Steam 'the coming!: season.-Green Cove Sheffield tit Varo riouch; R.V.. ",'', ,'1
.' Ga.has been employed this term I Press to my tailoring equipment Springs Times. Yarns and son of Palatka Mr. and b
"' Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Rowan of as She sixth grade teacher and will In order to give my customers the I Mrs. Arthur Rlgdon of Jackson I
I.U Lakeland, left Tuesday after a vis- live: while here with her brother- best t of service M. Levllon. If. James Lewis, who ban been ville.
JIt icai Nev It u fseveral days with Mr. and in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. staying' with his sister Mrs C. D. I I '
j LC Mrs. Albert Anderson. !j A. Saul. E. O. : working with Shank In JackHonvllln. and workIng Fort Myers--8. II. Kress to open 4 ,
'". ,. the inspection division department with the Florida Ferry comp- new store In thin city. '
Concerning Our People, Business and Miss Margaret Long; sent the) Southern Railway trains were of agriculture, has located his any has returned to Starke to enroll Winter Haven Cornerstone .
of the County and ,Town. week-end in Jacksonville'!' aa the detoured through Starke Mondayon headquarters In Slarke. Mr. KII* \ In the Bradford County high laid for new Christian Science ;,
Progress guest of Mrs Alice t ar.d) ,
i'-..: ; line near Valdosta Oa. Trains gasoline In the fifth district corn- \ -
---,mmnai.nylktTltIt .--.-." ---..... were transferred to .the Seaboard Driving the counties of Bradford. -- ._- -. .
; tWn'f-!; --IIII"/IIIII""" / """r 1 1 Mr. and Mrs.. Kira k Lewis and tracks at Hampton. Putnam, St. Johns, Flagler and I "
"1-.\ ; iva lodges 1 of Jacksonville.Dr. son Uranvllle, have returned froma Clay. I I'I II 1tL'jBE :

Jt or 'e port for weeia'endlagm week's visit with her parents In Mr. and Mrs. C. }I. Marks have I
\ t nU rrhioutherneg % end Mrs. E.: L. ni8K8 and Bay,Mluette, Ala'e; ,.. gone to Pittsburgh\ Pa. where they There will bo a Parent-Teach ''I ONE .OF US .. #
lr'and : .
Mrs ,
tpul'III1 l1l Statou! Starke O. L. Deasler spent will make their future home. Mr. ers' meeting on Wednesday after- .
fueiiday evening In cksonvllle. Mr. and Mrs L. Li; Lamar Miss Marks was employed: at Cutler'sPharmacy. noon at 4 o'clock at the high H
If: Max "Mht' Precip. Louise Lamaf,\and Tom Lamar of school auditorium. All patron I t :: .
|iJllet1 89 71 J. J. Canova ha- accepted a po-I Lake Wales,, spent the week-end .. and teachers are requested to attend I I : ,
U IJO" '71 \7. -+ ;.Itlon as pharmacist with the with* Mr. an4 J Mrs. T.,J. Grlflln.tM1ss C. E. Cowles of Cocoa, took as there will be Important When become of this bank ',' I Ir
,' .. you a depositor j
1 13 ulifkob.imof, ,' 'U !' Trace. jervlcO''- Drug Co, in St. Augustine. .- charge of the Independent chain\ matters to discuss and election II
11 so .71'i" Clara Robertson has returned store in Starke Monday and will new olllcers will be held. Oft r you do not lose your personal identity and I '
) 73 Trace Miss Carrie Hutto from Tuylorsvllle N. C., manage the business In tlio future.
.' H 16 ey d 1.641G : a,visit with her sister.returnedrom Mrs. where she spent the summer with Mr. Cowleu has been with the system represent merely a pass book number or a I II

Ii 73 1,06; V, II. Hull in Jacksonville. relatives.Mrs. for several years and Is an Mr Louis Hilt of Lawtey was a I page in a ledger. : f ,
Pt. visitor here
experienced groceryman. Tuesday and spoke encouragingly I
r. U CiS-= The Woodman P. U. Barefoot and two of the prospect for We make it a point to know our customers i j ,
). 7.2010. circle will meet daufct ers,'Joanlta and [:lara,-.pent Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Perkins aud strawberries for the coming season i
tmld ral --- Tuesday evening September 26th. the w.ek with relatives at Wau-. three daughters spent from Thurs .Ho says there will bo between : personally. Our service is not a cut and I
Q. Luwtey, was a Ul members are urged to attend.Mi chula iliad Plant City. day to Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. 200 and 250 acres of berries at ; dried formula applied to aUke.I I
3 jL visitor1' here ThuiHday.Tro ." II. L. Brownlee while enroute Lawtey the coming season.-Green. I everyone o ,
'. and Mrs. C. Christy moored Onion set at Klnck lter'8. from_ Norrlatown, Tenn., to their Cove Springs Times Different problems different treat'I' '
: require T
spent to ,
? ;- of Tampa Jacksonville Thursday home In Largo.Mr. .
I i
Ji.k-e.Hl l here with lelatives.Ln.kr7 md spent the day with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. K.: 'M. Davis and Laurie Ray of Reddlck, who ment and we pride ourselves upon this individual -
-- daughter, Jean.pnd: Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Hoy Tnl'ner'lI.nd holds an A. Ii. degree from Emory
) Harvey spent SUnday Mrs S. K. rtrowi.lee Is visiting Al Smith of Lawtey, motored to children, Miss Loyselle and Hobby, University, Atlanta, and has handling of each case, based upon 4'
,t.I. ujends I"\ 'ern.al1d Ina. ier daughter Mrs. A. V. Long! inaiuesvIIle. Gainesville Thursday who have been guests of Mrs Tur taught a term ,of school ou the 1 an intimate knowledge of the customer's '
. ; ner's mother, .... East Coast, has arrived here aud
-;I -- Mr.s.\: I) Johns '
; T Quigley au ;' (. to Jaeksonvllle( \ 'ruday.ylv M 's. Jack: cut and children, Margaret and JIm- Cedar Keys.: of the Junior high school department -
cI 'lent..,; : "onvllle, was the guest last week my, spent Sunday( at Klugsley: lake ----'-- and athletic couch.. Mr. Rayat Perhaps this i is yourJdea, too, of what real !; ;r ,
hatr Strut1i splnt the I if Mrs. \K.: M..Johns. with Judge and Mrs. A. Z. AdkiuslDr. Dealer wmilti HH...HI! iiinnrr one time lived ill _Starkn and [bank] service should be. Come and be one ; t'' ?,*;
- ,)K. M. Johns at bertlleo his friends welcome him t
I lk with\ Mr. Rues Missionary otrawbrrry pi ant s. many I of '
Oil KhllcIII1e1! lake.Imel Il.ookei. was a and Mis. M. U. Herlong andJ. State the amount you have tu otter. back, us. it
r.I I lKa; Rigdon. had J. week-end MlqaOenFLORIDA lay. with Mr. and Mrs. l:. M. Johns at Miss ,
nt! for the 9.?*II'Mr Margaret Long has moved 'We Invite Your Ranking Husincsa ; t Af
--- J their Kinsley lakw-'cottage. her automobile tag office from the t 4
Mrs J. (!, Godwin and lion, of Kingsley lake cottage. \ ; and Mrs. H. P. Smith of Daytona building occupied by the II.' C. !' f .Z
1 be State Farm, Kalford, were In t Beach and Mr.,and Mrs, John \\ull Insurance t company to Every possible consideration shown: our N; t'
J ;Uarke Wednesday. Mrs Goo A. Gardiner returned Morgan of WabasHO, spent Sunday: oil to cull at her home until December -
Saturday from a visit In Hastings at the State Farm with Supt and icth. patrons
J. C. DeBevoise of South Jack with her daughters; Mrs. Z. J. Mrs. J. S. mUch and hero with Mr. one wishing to obtain a tag U ask
) Konvllle, was a business visitor to Roberts and Mrs. W S. Yelving- aud Mrs. II. L.. Brownlee: ed to call at her home I ;'.
Starke Saturday ton. BANK OF STARKE .. ,I III.
TH. L: A. T It E Rev. Geo. F. Scott of Lakeland his and Mrs. li. S. Edwards and 1
I ( Mrs. O.L. lieasley lias returned Mrs C. W. Ltddon of Jacksonville was visitor In Starke for a short family MI's. A, L. Kabr, Jr, Mr. II.
I II ,. I from a visit with her parents Mr. stopped In Starke for a short while last week, visiting his brother and Mrs. A. H. Edwards of Fairbanks I A ROLL OF HONOR BANK; '
Home of Vltaphonc and Mrs( A, C. Durden in Tampa. vlqll, with Misses Amelia and Olive F. A. Scott Mr. Scott was en- Mr and Mrs. N. U. Wynn I t, ,
Ray recently while on her way route to his home after spending and family of Arredoiida motoredto cL.
Miss Hilda Burden is the guestof home from Ocala. the summer In Clayton, Oa St. Augustine Sunday and spent
MO\. IIIRU >VKI; >. Mrs. J. L. Cooke of Brunswick, the day. ', !. S. Matthews, Pres. It. J. Davis, Cashier

i Oa. Onion sets at Kickllter'a.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. L>. Epperson:: I I
I I and children and Mr. and Mrs. Mi Louis Hill of Lawtey was a I
i I See a1 ar William Hummell of Brunswick, and Mrs S. S. Dowling and Dale Vansickel of Gainesville were couraglngly of the prospect for
OIL.!) was the guest last week of Mr. daughter. Nettle, spent the week- week-end guests of Sheriff and i {
and Mrs J. S. Hittler. end in Jacksonville with Mrs. Mrs. W. J. Kppcr8. parents of - \ r
l Dowling'u sister, Mrs. James tlod- Mr. Gpperrsou and. !Mrs. Vaiiolckel. I - -. \ fir ,

I Warner Brother's synchronized I ham. bold. I
Robt. V, Demorest returned to
l r Stare! with talking sequences.;i parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Malpas.T. .- Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and Starke Thursday after closing) his
children Ida Lulu and Marjorie tent show In North Carolina Mrs.
N. Llmbaugli, principal of the have returned after spending a Demurest, who Is visiting her par CABBAGE
i "WOMEN THEY awtey school, spent the weekend week In Daytona with his grand ents In Amerlcus, Ca., will returnto California.
with Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee. mother. Mrs. B. P. Smith. Starke during the coming week

I TALK ABOUT" Levy Canova of Jacksonville, Sanford Ultch has returned to 'Mrs. L. O. Creushaw of Cole- GRAPES l"S Hard green Heads I ,

)Yltk spent the week-end, In Starke with) Stacks.after; .a.season with the Deb lIan'etopped withMrs. L>..S. Hut-, :
his mother:Mrs. Eunice Canova. morest Stock Company, playing to for a week-end visit while ,on u
[Irene Rich, :Audrey Ferris" '. through Virginia aud the Caro- her way home from a stay of two Per Pound Per Pounds 4c -
I I Miss Inez Abernathy spent the 11 nas. lOc
,William Collier, Jr. i week-end In Jacksonville as ,
".:'t'I I guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Shaw. Miss Leah'Struth returned Sun. FJNIJ" WATCH HiuMiiUMi IL..rM..aowr. ..1
-?- } I day from Jacksonville where eho

Mother and)au Hictf, Lo e. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Robinson spent the week with her brother- First, iifttla a man who knows 1l
of Jacksonville, spent Sunday afternoon in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. W. how. FRIDAY and SATURDAY I '
at I'ollti-So Win at in Starke with relatives.Mr. Laurie Kdwards. t tRICEBestWho1Grain4
Second. lie jeweler's tools tu do t ; 1

.Partners\ ',.. : and Mrs. C. F. Hoover and Gerald Middleton of the University It with. '
I I son, pon, Mr*. A. L. Kahr and of Florida Gainesville, spent __Tlilr "'- daughter. Miss Christine motoredto Saturday and Sunday with his parents I ledge of how to make them. A fillII v
Also Jacksonville Thursday. Dr. and Mrs! W.: E. Middle-
I ton. You may depend on all these InMturke
,I I>E LUXE Miss Thelma Andreu of Stuart I ,,. Including engraving lIud l Macaroni or Spaghetti Red Box- - 4 Boxes 22c aa
I will spend the winter In Starke Mr. J. ,F. Colley and daughter optical rpiNUrlnff. I miH-clnlly ask ,
with 'her aunt, and attend the Katie have returned from a va- --
Bradford County high school. cation In Catawba, N. O, Mrs. Col- railroad men fur their watch woik. 4 I'
OTAPHP.E( I '' I have | loancra Van Peas No. 2 Can 2 25c 1, I
ley will. remain' for three weeks* goal Hlwuj on Camp's - cans R1t;
I I I II Mr. J. W. Alvarez of Jacksonville longer.. hand. I have been railroad watch .
\ spent the first 'of the week Inspector fur 11 year mill know '
Presentations. with his sister Mrs. Paul E. Ca. Paris Green and Black Leaf 3cans25c ,
ho '. Pork and Beans Ritter ,
<, nova "40." Klckll r's. - ,

Eddie I'eabody (1n"HANJOMANIAC" -- -, _. -_. _. .... .. $' t
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Towle anddangb'ten. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. WaInwright i1 ;
Mary and Elizabeth and Mayor and Mrs. II. C. Wall Wm. J. ILIFFE Sliced Pineapples RosedaleNo.2canj 23c c ,
have' returned home after week'svltllt formed a congenial house partyat ,
A I lake the week- Kipvrtalrli ) .
Night at Coffee Dan's. in Winter Haven.Mr. Kingsley over lakerr '- -'--

Featuring" William! Damerst r :I : and Mrs. W. A. Teneyck and end. Htarkv! Kin, Kaffee Hag Coffee without caf ffin f :- :Pound can 69c x

wo Children, formerly of Ocala; Mr? and Mrs. Clifford Chanceyand Nest door to Steam rre..liiK: Club ,
Kiffoletto 'Quarett f"* :!I see located at. the residence of daughter, Mary, who have '
j 11J Mrs. ,S. P. Hamrlck. been guests of Mrs. Chance,'* sister =---io.c: I ,

Willie J & Eugene HowarcMn1( I Mrs. Fred Flume 1 and daughter their, Mrs home R. A.In Weeks St Petersburg.have goneto HFCJIHTUATION-HOOKS 0.'.:":. Crushed Pineapples, Rosedale No. 2 can N I e

comedy sketch "PALS" Clara, have and Mrs.been It.guests W. Mills recentlyof of Chickens wanted. We pay cash.J. Registration books of Bradford -
Mr. coualy .will be open In the voting Salmon Fancy Pink Pound Can 2 f 35c t :
,;' t Jacksonville. F. Klckllter' / precincts: of the county from Sept or ,

MATINEE. 3rd to CXt 14th for the ,
: NGIIT1! Mr*. A. S. Crews Mrs. T. U. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Guest A. purpose
." I Butler and little son motored to C. Jr., and Miss Ruth, have returned of vembe registering election.electors The following h In tile No- CHEESE Full Cream : Pound 35c
50c .. Jalnesvllle/ Thursday and spent home after a six week's yltll IJ dep- -- -- '
bUC(1AINESVILLf the day. with relatives.: and friends. In Gads- uty registration officers will serve I '
I In the districts named; -, r ,,4

: \- !Mrs. G. W. Alderman left Sunday den. Ala. ti erts. FLOUR Threads of Gold SeH 241bs. $1.08 ; '
i tor a visit with her Hdii-ln-law Miss Sara Mai pas leaves. Saturday Nu. 1. Lawtey-Oeo. W. Rob- -rising +:.
No. 2. Starke north New-
and! daughter. Dr. and Mrs. C. It, for Uarrlnburg Va., where she _

_- Marsh burn In Marlauua. will enroll la the State Normal Bom.gan.No.No.3, Starke south -J. W. Mor Potatoes, Fancy, Large Firm, - 10 Pounds 25cSUGAR li :

srahIs 4. Graham C. II. Roberts. _._.. ,.
; FOLKS uy J.CA86FUU G'orpening No. G. Hampton J. V. Jones.

No. I. Theresun. -Mrs. J. N. Best Granulated10 Pounds 60c -
I KNOV. You'ts OAIQ; TO Dickerson. }

DEARi WHERE I'MGOINO No. 7. Now Illver-M. L. Johns. --......... -_.- - ,
Nu. 8, Ilrooker-O. B.: Colaon.

.. _._.. ? CORPENING'tSTORE oWO 8-14-Bt-10-12 Maxwell House Coffee f Pound can - - .49c l

oNK; .. : AND cte-r A MILE ......
lp./ It PLASTER A BOTTLttOP Say it with Flowers : :
gc OPOO,ME, A ,
Q COMQ AND BRUSH, Flower For All -----
r AND t;ee. .ii.. THey t: r rP

.... Witt. LeND YOU Occasions '
(!)... 'T': .A UAOO&R/

Our prescription:\ department is in charge of a reliable Gertrude Godbe7AnderllOD P
Corpenmff Drug Store
registered ph&rnacist. ItetfTerf knowl- I'Iiir' ,

**ge. skilled precision and pure drugs combine to "The, Service Store
Is A Cer
Protect and benefit your health. "You'll return to Starke Fla P&OM If Waldo, Tla.s SGfisf action i
CotPeping's.. ,
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MO JtDIIIOiRU coon\ :C..n.\PJI. STARVE n.oIlID.\ Fnm.n-

__ _.___ 0 . _. __ ._.... ., ____. .. .. 'nO 0 ... .. _. ._. Slpq'Flm,.
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rt 4n. dewlrabie to have many more opposing the man who once wages 4 over .,(100 employees. --
$ Along with these begin this phase ruled her heart, *dda' a note of Tho combined capacity of the ,
qf soil improvement during the stirring appeal to thin picture ptanclety it JaNt! 16 l Ie 4(1,376 h! rnepow" Farmers & Farming ,coming fall Tbe ewunty agent life AVer B.8S6 miles of transmission, 1
will Its geld to 4IIII1H01 the matter Jn the leading: Juvenile roles are linen.

r with anyone who In Interested ithjs Audrey Ferris 84 William) Collier.Jr. : Odessa. -- owHng Co., plans
(IBy Agrlctltnnrwl BdM r) phase of arvilBg end. fihall be ., a newly-found team of contenders onsirnetlon of new canning factory <
glad to snciire tbe !Heads for plantIng far popular favor In love-
.. .
i .s. The cost per acre for seed maJdug.. Other notables" in 'the cast ( #

tri.r.' and Trackers Are Invited to CbntribuU Ar. will bfl small possibly ranging heIweeti are Claud CJlln) water, Anders Zantee; house" -being- New constructed Phillips Packing here. I fe fws1
three and /our Th
Kajudojr, Jack fianloro aad John
of farm Experiences and Orlando -- CUd 1'tOt'aFtfll plantof e
1IcJu' : lIetl'ods'Foun4'Ie only labor will be 'the preparation Mlljan. '\'

;v ,Be L.at Suited to. Ow Country of the Boil and planting<; no c.]- Wouien They Talk New Ice company flleason-Balley enlarged. Co.,
Uvatlon 'Ja required. Call by the Robert Lord'a adaptation .*>t story Orlando -
office! of the have moves' to new..and larger quarters"
county agent by Anthony Coldeway was filoaed'
:_ _._ '_ .___ .0.' ___ _. __ =-- a full discussion'of (fhe matter of under the .dJr ctlon ef Lloyd Baoh. Bradenton-Contract let for:
of 9 miles of Bay-
legume rove rrropn for the winter. onstritetlon
STATION .hore road near here.OrlandoRullding. .
1'L:1rtNU: f OQi) fsKKIM: : Merlon of a radio beacot penults lamed -

a tad radio control station for the here for July totalled f 231625. .-.

: 1 PUBLISHES'BULLETIN A qiMMMioB {.JulteVflTY farmer guidance of airplanes and ships I In .
: AbwnM auk himself before he be. utmhern water regardless' of AnbiM-ndale. Progress!: being

NTOBACCOCULTURE Clan sowing -of needs. In tbl_Are weather condition-!, win begin; next: mflde", Oft construction'' of new pre-

s'' they wood seed, are the viable do -iv""",e-k It wo afl11'Oft'lk"etlaf're.' \ A oollng plant of Auburndale Citrus
t I tDei paNfteM life II ts not too #.f. 'ltf'a.n' granted' by the war .1 iJr wen Association.
1 lJ.1ft- MPMAn1A fr had buts some nf the- more ex ten that barf seed are Bold;, that 1*. topartment" for location of .thebeacon Tarpon 8i>'rlnKf;_*4,1115 contract
i. 11nMMlanr
nil eJedY iBu pen'' equipment| needed they wUbo | those seeds that are of Jow vitality, and station and with 'a let for re-roofing: Eagle street
? reel. in ( K>wlnt| anil aW r to get j last\ as goad; equipment but .scmetttn' ** each ft condition II 'TutntHy -of material already on grammar school

e4ring the Crop. all the larger farmers and the rase and 1t In up' tn the planterto band it wan expected the beacon 'It'arwater-Work progressing; individual
r f' i to make K pay for itself tndny vard' ugalrmt the disappointment -1 would tie In operation within a rapidly en three county road- A triumph in beauty

41 lelneeval' I FJa.- The.story, of tines over. of not getting! a good' tan4' short'three.-Key West Citizen. betiding projects.MelbourneThis. refreshing and radical( departurethe
G. :
i & j .-Ift<< tn P'l' 1'Jda haft This Is coming to be enrage/; of thronich the rowing of seeds that -AWIlUei city being Inspected -
1k 11Ma. wstttrtta. .ld"1n no. foaSabin. machinery In farming. as weft as 1n win I not (terminate. + the lime rock business by Southeast Underwriters tiresome commonplace a
to (h. mutepepple_ of the state, other lines of JunloeH 511'l'ltY'ot wimple test' ran fee made wlt.b- toes not seem to be rushing the Association for ('laIl81t1l'atIGIi i of Are '
fli h u arbqt1ken111g, "' ?es;Ad.III: to* \*b01"and l high< wages' have:.hit the out expense and with very little ;Praia. Lime/ Rock Corporation, Insurance rating; style a richer style a more all II

I )ta*:Tr,.: iJ hi puWisfl'd! ; ae .bullet{. average farmer pretty hard.Where* labor to determine the germinationof whose office is,,on North Magnolia Plant City- Building permits than the world has kn
\em'''bf't'-tiiClf' dUll ".l'fd"/ Lxjretha formerly the work wag, ,done by seed !bVfore they'are'plan' ted. street, reports .that burineBB 1. toerned! for fiscal year jut ended style ever <

,t .. ..a: : \ gran' power. U In now belrfg done and thereby assure the planter f really .en the upgrade July being totaled 658,132.Sanfordflans: THE
q, i. .v '' DaJJ.tlwwae wrHten; by by machine power, or l. being{ the'tlrtot'the ktnd of seeds that the beet month that tM enterprise under way for SILVER.Only .
,, t Di-.W"Ir;;, 1gdaTe ... ....o'b ll e.arceo don "by Man power at a 111gb' COlt. Tia Is putting 'In the soil and not baa had since Jast February. Besides f using: $160,800 fund for advertising one completely .A N N I v '" SA''RY" to 4.n,,,,e
t ( tbe'eb ceo Eiperm.iat'Statlorqte Cut Weeks and'I have owned'atractor suffer the disappointment of plant this, the corporation bus just j jMieuned Florida celery In eastern and new the motor tWf'ntyrourlIIoDthlOnlyone car style i i. BUICK.I Ilse b.arirJieregk.

Qu l cy.1; It, 'relates t therhlstorya'mcTibfia together for two years now rng worthless\ seeds and the .posfbtltty '> one contract shipment ol middle-western! markets. put llunnnii
i b' ,. i '1t ,iti'agtowingn1hestatwR4e and vie find that ,It {Is 'a great of losing crop In ao doing;, materials. for which began Immed Fort Pierce-Plans are being truly original/ and ","SrI b"t' B.dJeoo tlie, niuUtf;
present me4hoxi| used, fort labor saver. It helps us .t. fet our The test la gfrrrple and costless )lately This Js tor a road being formed to provide facilities for beautiful development. e"er known A
>fjith) r-<-tKaTfttid. trrigtit leaf land 'prepared and our crops and Is -well worth while as a precaution instructed by the Manfy Construction local shrimp fleet for coming sea- in body design.n
i 1'' iJf'I t> .,?; planted on .time. We hawe"atwtfya against- bad seed. Several Co.,. near Umatllla In ", world realise, it is the Silver Anni- power in flpiilnlity,ill'UnAry m
a foe .t Impprtant'tac.fliD.ohi '' tellli have been made of seed. this Lake C'Ounty.--ocala Star harvest Buick with! Masterpiece ntto ontaluiMlwf teven
i, i ) Ofti:.the mo arranged our work 10 that each : Lake City-Pimento pepper Bodies Kinbe! those iinitinit
: : >*>o g rowing' ;Ja t lo select oould have the use of the 'tractor fall some of which are being test doubling every week so' far. by scheme of long born' familiar. Davenport-New packing plant Here {U an entirely new
y :..rr! ctlritvd"Hltsata'eetted/ 'to the half time when la the, rash seasons "- ed at this time. Therefore ,you --- superbrperformmre.
4, cepThla'r: : fact:. I Is ,broufeht out and It'has' been no ,great 1n- may bring" tn a nitmTrle of the seeds being erected for Holly Hills Fruit BartowWillie' Jones, negro color combinulinnsmatchThat U
Products, Inc.BartowNew. new why Aerie; ._
I : i, ,Ntlelearly: by.Or.. TJadaie. TJiiutff collt'eftl&nN to either' of ns. Yet my that you'propose' to, plant and ba..ethem convicted here ou embezzlement less new interior+..Hew appointiMtaU the Silver Annivrmrjr' t
q ( jr.1 of,tobacco i Is,:perfla".,/'at farm Is not large: enough to Justify tested without rout. Tbeseeds filling station charges, believes in speed. One of emnfort end eonvenieDoewMMraMJied most cnthiiBiiuitio tarp
fWeh1\ '. more by' eoll'and'elmate' the expense of a. tractor Tor use: or -sampleof .seeds" should ,and garage being erected at Main day aftr he had reached the Ral- by any other auto- enjoynl by my (fine at

t azs; :Ufn,thAt 'of any other) crop. 'says only on It, and neither J... Ous be brought to the oboe of the end Jackson avenue. ford state farm, where he Is to sw>btwof&\ the day I t wnymuMc uiuuiii wuii
t Dr- aj 4it.' JM, make| It highlyfoipurtdnt W ek'j. Each of us has the nee of ecrulttJ agent and the test will be Tampa-New fountain pen factory serve a 3-year sentence he started Her I S. a true distinction wedded ready b co.eaco.iitiy"
i 'I for farmers tb knew the tractor at only halt the ex made for yoM er If preferred the will be built here. negotiation for a pardon. Willie's

.*bA*liber a n Ii 4 !iilsfng'tjils) 'crop.:/n/ 'new terrtflue- There are a number pnachtnes, and explained by your' local clamped lrem here this season. court authorities here and when

..totJC'. : '. ,' '. badly:, needed In Florida farming agent and yon may run the tea :,Federal Bakerlen will spend they found out that it was from
r :Wi.fUoa.t) ; builellri teal.rJ1tD that "might well be bought and rowree/tf. NerertbeleM. ...have those 1:100,000: Florida In permanent! Improvements Willie they pigeon-holed tt-In Register Motor Comps

; ( Ptg\rlubaccowhlFh; hi grown used coopeatlvely. Some of them teeds tested before "' .lItln<<. Deed plants the wastebasket. ?

\JJ1'4''r.f.I1dJJ\ :,: : 'Another! section are, manure spreader, .iorn harp testing. for erwitoaUon and eeed Pimento Leon peppers being shipped ,
I leaf,. :- treatment, f -disease. are two very from. county 1 -: -
gj4wliyrtlprtbet,,;| ; Tester,, pea puller, spraying oatfrf. Lake Worth -New '"
)ief jobaeiijo'u: ii ed largely Tor 'clK' traction plow lime and fertilizer essential factors' thai should be municipal i -

r ,r,4u.'fJltufal! '" :{ practlcas, are distributors potatoe digger slant o.uslde'red by every planter.BROOKER bu4ldi K on Lake Avenue recently
.J vuaboUi' ypie. beginning ....... .
;: cutter, grain drill peanut picker,
,$ : tr,.pleppratlozl: of plant beds and mule clipper cement or block machine ........................ utility companies lu Florida
*:through'uhtlf'" (he.'cur: .1 according to the Florida Public
f9f", road drag, cane mill hay
Utilities Information
4,6i.,!.pin es'll ,a "' $ete. .'Curing prefer emwrete mixer. stlo'.forms, : Bureau!
; t MU. lMl 0.'_ Cr. I have ever $177,622.460 invented
4gYn.} fe'discussed' ".and /illustrat! etc. "
In this
a state paying approximately
+ id. This. is a considerable Hat, and it ..............*.....+... million
eleven dollars
:T"Q'e: q Htlon- of 'ferMHilinR to- every ,farmer had all of them he Ilrooker, Sept 21..-Mr. and a year In SpecialON

,11.r/cq!(lfPon,, jibout'which_ .there tat needs, It would be very expensive Mrs Hamp Conerly 'Okeeehobee. KKIAKP. : : FIIOM, ('IItMF
'i n' pur+h jdlsc+lxriMQ." The aim to for him to buy them by himself, are upending: some time here with OF OOVHTir.VTIO'X' :

groltNp !,t rrro ta to 'pf6 fQjoe'-, however, they are not no expensive her mother. Mrs. Rally Molt, -
4'b"nt'te4f: ;! : and, thtf ,plan, when' bmi-Kbt/; and used ('operalwtlw| Mr. and Mm. Rob Levis wan! attending -: 'A (battle Creek physician Bays-
(o1J .'l r.'lbf'; J different' ferttB I)'. (o business" In1' Btarke. last l "Constipation In responsible for

Ji4r I $ ---t i. pig i n.e.pe tin thtaells r .___ "Sat' nrday. more misery than any. other
rf.A' ; 't' 'le'aeWf'a.UeUn' ( of 4'IIU'H Mrs. II. flalney spent; las week eause".
1'' 4bl}, et tactdt.,wdrp-Jn this fteld fit 't) lkes -with, friend: and relailves. But lmme Ht relief has been
L F\oo 4 Mott. .:.dJaaupl0aot, diseases Seedbeds; for fall tomatoes, peppers '; found1/ tablet called Rexal
*Un.. ;)1prpKp'aJtaekpR' } tObl&l'oo.IIIIj ,. and eggplants' wereplanted Mr. Adam of Tennessee wa Orderlies has been discovered
u4"4"jU'' \ e ,'work'; ': R"lllh.tlll during Aagustln Martin county, transacting bn' si liens' here last This tablet attracts water from

? I fit Jth!l-itatft'nifty.procure thl "briiie- accorAlBK to County Agent C. P: week (the system Into the lazy dry

f OD\ ,;.writing--the Experiment. Sta. HenV-k. / Mr, II. P. Galney and Lloyd evacuating bowel called the colon

lot fr-gQPlll.3RJfERS\ Padgett were attending to business ). The water loosens the dry food
'.'. ,- 'If f" TM. fourth !a-Mual) Farmers' and In Jacksonville last Friday. '
waste and causes a gentle
+ '' 'SHOULII,NOT Growers' Institute wts held ,Inflroward Mr. Mid,Mrs. I, l.. Eubank and

1.. lJtt $iGLFA[ J AS..THEY;. ,, County September; ", and children, were visit I.". at Clara out-iformlng thorough, natural.a habit, movement OP ever with...Increasing -
1. County Agent;!! C. E, Matthew last Saturday.
d IARE'FRiENfS OF MAN the dose.
; : leports a good attendance andmnch'lnter Miss OraHe Greener who ha
; t .
) Stop suffering' from constIpation.
..st, ;
been sick for the past two weeks, '
'Clp1411eXia! : r ''A'dntlllfll' progressing Chew a" Rexalt OrderlIe anHrht.
Is fait
,m71" -Q': ;.d oJttlut"spray tdr 'killnlfJlke : Lee county farmer attended alt wish, for her a speedy recovery I Next day bTl<
'tn, :.;;iuq q bltloPa... and. other several) meetings In Aagust relaHYe Supt. Wiggins was attending to'< 25c today at ,Mitchell's Drug Store,
l ,q:"yrebp'Jd.pe'it. hare rl't'nfty to ;preparation! of ae&dbags and business here last week: I
'p J.r-4t1.. ."t *lh!*>'; !Svt.A? will, ikyI treaipsent.of seed." The meetingswere Professor Marshburn was attending FARMSVANTED
!. ..,14-'tl.I...' 'and :caused
< "
conducted by County Agent" to business" In Gainesville"
y kOylt',ltairt111qesocJate? entomolo' ) W., P. layman, last Thursday. I
5, i gt.4d.rAhrJltatet'srlaht: board (orA4
Mr Wood of Alarkua.
: *'flU";..oicjB' .in;behalf of the 1' Packing houHon, ot Indian River transacting bualnesn hero Friday was We will be in a position tcf

,'in uih-b ated1aplder.s"JijJlspatterqt. courtly were openluring August Mr and Mrs. A, II. 'Crosby were handle
( feel. asy.Mr.. !and\ About .25 earn ef pepteni'ber visiting friends and relatives In or 20 farms, ranging SHINGLESAll
brrlNVtPldra'found. ,around the bloom f ,
grapefruit were snipped and Jacksonville last week."
t' \helieriots"diki4."' ,-" because brought fair priefl. reports Coun Mr. .J, ]i. Marshlmrn of Lake from 10 to 80 acres, priced

i ttire'' ever.'on .the.aJerf to rap- .t Agent W. E. Kvana. Butler was visiting his HOB,. Mr. J.
i \ right. These farms will be
wtbtawdtldttrlthiurJreaetrlee'aa: < \ flies
II Marsh burn Jr.. here last Frl
i .
,ih6qultees' and tb'erjj,The hiruse During' July and August County day. a; First Class 4.50to $7.00 Sq
'vl 'ifeerl''atkeY'lpldefs' put 1 in our new catalogue l lIf per
't Q '" withsptrts- Agent Mitchell" Wilkins of Walton ":flAil Myrtle Wood A memberof an ;\q'i..ksM' mistake ''he ,c f7P'q Bounty Assisted In getting 31X00( () thi Brooker scneol faculty spent '
,"( f;! 0; ; : : begs vaccinated tor rheltra. He expects tbe week end In Alacfaua with her you can. include growing
.: '-o"o.PlIJ( .fvftson' .many' people d rj. 'th '::DOholhateptdetiaredfpp ( : : : hogs skipped. out of the county this Mr. mud Mrs. Seaborn pukes" crops or farm equipment i $ per

l sannua'Ttiilte-I' \...o a iadaUonitltts fail. bukes were visiting Mr. and Mr
tlltesnalibll' { .aciwdiiffc to Mr.; II. P. Oalney' last Wednesday will help sale., ; .'
>M611JJ::;' Je- j1Yautla'ratherfareitp j ,Washington County farmers quit hireClara Bell Aeklns J f I ROOF.PAINT 3s--1-: I r- i 85cGal

; 'bagdtttmeworn> ; work for a few days during August Sunday In Lake Butter -with :
E. STROUT .' .
'+ ''711'' 'f.J"Nde'r,wehave, thatJs and went with County Agent tlve FARM f ,

:\cMt t4 iM pol.nnousby l > those who Gus York to visit the various dem Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby .

JiNi'; ''r with the rtacts' .la 'one castrations he Is conducting in the ,. daughter, Bernice, and Mrs. A. 1- AGENCY WINDOWS .' '$i] 75 and up
,, :.T which'Is found out"of doors; oftan "county, More than 100 farmers Crosby and children, were visiting; .
?f al Undw loeaeJy filed boarduL!' ot, Ore went on the motorcade. friends. and relatives in Jacksonvllle ) G. ..ifInnan, Agent I I '

wood. This eplder U easily./ ;)rfiHrlo .--.1 last Sunday. !
t i ,''aijed.' h t. a beet, earlla\ } h WI T.n (iovKit CROPS Starke, Fla.
t eE.llJ Mr. and Mrs. Lorene Strayhoril DOORS LjVfjy." $2.50andup
| .t-jet''klacct and has a. of Wildwood. spent last Wedne fi"1l l .
,adar>l .Oft .1M opdv '.urfaeel ot'tbe: It will soon be time to plant day with her parents Mr. and Mm : .
,1 [aMtoueo, somewhat like tfra shape cover crops on the land that would E. M. Hasen. i

'nf an honrglajs. Qalltho.. spider otherwise lay Idle during the com Mrs. Old Crawford and children, PAINTER'SSimon Ceiling No2 No. $32.00
faiuM be glued/ays Mr., Merrill. ing winter and thus conserve the were visiting their father Mrs $28.00
plant. food tbat la already there r 'I ,
Crawford In Lake Butler last SaJ1
and add more of U along<< 'with that
Spuds Johnson ay that the urday night and Sunday Pure Citrusand
only real baete ter measuring succmt very e'llentlallllath'/' necessary fora -
'/ *-. la the. BMiuctlon ,of farm productive lIon-organic and FLORIDA CrtTTOV I Flooring, No.2$25.00nNo-l$40.00:

pcodneis. by rb net return. The vegetative matter. Gem Farm CropFERTILIZERS .
-but-.wayto bow, the net return We are being advised to plant Tallahassee Sept. 18.-The condition .
'.j/\ I .,in...to 'keepreoords. vetch and Austrian winter peas to 'f Florida's" cotton crop on 6 inch Ceiling No. 1 $35.00M
serve oir purpose .s the cover Sept. 1 was 58 percent of normal.''
To lboseu tomato chins for easy 'crop. Both of these plants are le- tINt same a. a year ago, a report .
w peeling dip the tomato In' boiling guaes mad are highly d sirak1. for J ttiaued by the bureaw .f agricultural '

1 .nk...," w ... .'-er.,, buUdLo.c UP soils. Legumes are economics. U. S. department .Are Cold Water Wall Finish All colors
; ; e those plant that take free ..nitrogen ot agrlealtur. says. .
.M."&TI1111i! RVn"QI'AIUIH. form the air and store In on Tbe condition indleat a production TIME TRIED AlfD' CROP : "
i ", : <<'IR.ikW': .All. the roots In the form of nodules ef 19.00 bates for the TESTED".

ttETTJEBEQCIT.MENT ,and available form to be used state the report adds. 50c- pacakge' .
-, by tbe succeeding plant. Since Our Brand are the Acknowledged .
I That."good equipment makes a nitrogen Is one. of the elements tt'OMK.N ViyTKKS: PIL13i Standard by which

t eoodfarm; bettsr" has come to be that Is essential for proper plant "WOMKX: : Tin;,. TALK AI1OCT" Grower ot Florida have
i ''Accepted a. true. That It win. If growth ,and development In the Judged all f rtlllt"r. for BUY NOW AND SAVE.MONEY

properly: used.,make a good farmer most economical way possible and .'0111..11 to Florida Tli Mtirvllle Gatn..... nearly forty yearvnOttts
itt out.ot a poor on. Is also true. we to know ot no cheaper means < ma %. can f.r what

Much of the machinery and. ban to plant legumes on our land we s" Instead of getting all
r equipment ,seeded w tb."Bveragastnall and l let then take this necessary The charming Miss Rich becomes m e.a for what w* rive," QUIGLEY 'DAVIS
4ri farm Is not tler. because of element from the air which otherwise a candidate for civic-/ leadership .. tile policy of &
tile, tlgh first coat and also b we would have to supply inform In Warner Bros. "Women They I '
i cius. yb. ."OB !. which eke.. InipUto of commercial rtlliiers. Talk About" which conies to the THE E. O. PAINTER

fy t l .nl. can-'h.i.d Is generally Several men of the conuty .have Ftorldajritca.tr for a, run,of FERTILIZER.CO.7AGZSOIYyIId.HrLA.. I
; 'r a'!-tbrt oDe.Ho".r.II: a number agreed to begin the planting of ,of two day.. '

14*'; .la) Aall jar&irj,. :;.wlU! ,to.la.to$ th- taI! ;''' Qt.t covfr prop this! fall and, Bltt'r factionalism," with a wo- ;] .

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ATTACK 'MORAL ssurfc'OlLAPSESUNDER WAI TllAIN. SCHIflVLE cnnhpit. nnil $10.00 wilt ne deducted .t.(1 4)1" Foil ed In full-upon "r.--te Joui4Isnfth--' *

-\ !'UTLER |IS Effective follows July 16th. tDttlns will:I I 1 tot$40.1'u".will nf Hnld be returned pl,ni. and tn "t-ontractnr.Ian.. of '.,U'I'U''O', :, $ Sonata 1 and*. wil of tht, entries Iloura of hall IteprHenVntlve im-*- : -Ii,-

TO G. O P.ducatOr'S run.aa' 1. Southbound: opening flllnir; or a upon norm return flde hid nf on Hnld)date plan of Notice l In hereby gIve, t1' it I.. O. showIng medt.t.ly the t !the Journal of the entry --
COSTLY No local dUES I Powell, holder' of Ti'x' No. IntroduoU.1 bill. -
'4 wjthln) di '*. > unit "I'II..t. .
SMITH'S REPLY TO R'y 'n 1t."I .d. of b
.re 10:45: p. m. <",'I"lon, .not to Ql..ln.I"I"n.rt.r >>t 204 the tth duv < f ,JUlV, l *. local or special n.pubU.auon required
.po,1 has tiled nalil' In .
uyrtlflcat* office
'S1 No. 11, BouthbnimA Jf.al. due)J 1.11 atirt. d.u"i-y of jl.n" h.r- spud made application for Tax my Deed ttereunder when nuch lOcal or spe- -
Starke 11:23 tll an"'OI' ot ",' cial law "ontalnl a provision to th* -
n. m tn lamia Uu-reon In aci'oidanc with
. of be rf TMtflilr* to put In a effect the name Khali not become 1
No.2. Northbound )local due itt' i>n .mentioned law. operative or
t. I WILLIAM ALLEN WHITE ,1"1. > Haul flertlflcftfe embrace the tol.I"YIII "I.c.tlve until the name ; .
Swings Many Votes ,. Starke 6:24: a. 'in. .III to be accompanied with n deaoriliwd properly, hue a."U r"Unfd approved by a _I ,
Hoover .. .I..d check In 10. Hum of 93- .lua' m"J'rly qualified elector s I
No. 12. northbound local due I 01.1t.) payUhl. to If. II. Wlw ln. Ir".lor.1 Counly, II.rlll. to-wi: In .election called In .
to Smith. Starke 3:06: p. m. "..n'.ry. of I'ubllc I Incirm.- he. nuarter "nUl h..t ,the territory affected by said .pe : 1
Opponents Forced to Acknowledge tlnti. quarter! Heotlim 85 TownshIp A. dal 1 local -
is'udnrtt'nhtflty, *!lao to tie or )J.w. 1
SENATOR ROBINSON "No. 107 southbound limited dW I, accontimnlv with a 'letter from some Houth, lluiiit, 22 J"t. "iUHl| I 40) sores. I

unqualified repudiation of of Vice and Starke H.Mi Falsity 12Op. -
Tblt WILL TOUR SOUTH W ::. II dar HHiil (Ortinqtttr. ln8i>Lil llwnniiie A JOINT nKSOUJTlOtf( tan'
iBtriMrt Hoover fey DC. -NUbolas No. 10- limited due, : on a r1: for of UNKNOWN.wald waln Artiettdnii-nt-tof "r"Io"ln.
909 l
norhbound i'*r retrt for. U.
Murray Butler. Pretd>nt ot Co. Liquor Charges."VILLSUGGESTjONS". Starke 6:0' p. m. nald work. ('.he.k..fl tn I Pnl"" P..tll..tf Mhall lie lcl
tn4 .resident NEW TOR1C-Senator Joe T. to the ,unuoce iful 'bl .. .InimeilIntflv 1''II'fl".e aOordl".a LasTuss Sti"t. 'tf I $ Kdiiiatlnr f
t'DlYereftr "12 : Inl ,
ambla Wannee Branoh-No. 101 leaves I and check nf .asarressaful. ". 'wil1 l IMU. \ ," t>n >>i* X.t1ti.r it.
(Founfctioii -. Robinson ot Arkansas, the the d..v. v ins Caraeelr-Endowoienfe Starke 6:30 a. m.; No. 102 arrives bliliUr rrlalm-d for 20 daya to allow lo".r. I"SI '; t I; ,
for International Fe ce .has : ttamocratlc nominee for Vice. lKiUn of and flllnir of b"t"1! 'I a .xb j'I.' i "' ; J' (he Kletlon
itj 2:10: m. bond .ontrar .A. .*11. .t.J.' I. :$". s, Their Term of
R President will make a tour % with) .b..r.l. Shoilhl the orl l:2M'1 ) .t'ntt OVlll"i I :
observers say, on* ECORDDimocratlo '
political BY
row* .REFUTED T. J. Grlffln.VOTIOK <'.!>l.l Ultldor in xl rn nlrA.t''' q. v. AI.l4lRfieal f\ nufd' \ ; and for Levy-
5 ihs most stafcffertu"bloVa( .lIt. ot the South.; delivering four: with said wlrhln 10 4laye l ( ( ) t'IM'k ('irt'tilt ..r 'j". ..1* )n ..fa District I ', .
uotlilxd. and "to tiiiii within lIruil ford t Tn> for Htliool Purponea. II -
l o\"I. ,1lorl
teen speeches from September pool /
and In .th' : f OF CPIt 111 JlBiltT neKuh/athy the egTslatur
day ; II
tilt Republican forces > \ Nominee Declares Atteok' 4 to September, Inclusive. It HO .icpcsattml th.T..r.with bid cnfli I4n1hf h'n.h.) t'ehc4I.. .' J \ +f k i* ljh bfi (l "I Plnrlits: I -, ,
Although many prominent. Ww "Probably Ineplred" by was announced at Democratic' 'Th,. u nd"r.I..1 will ".ll to Hw I and fnrfrlterl to nalil:: board us lln- ,,,1(1' ore 'PI'!,W"'f' I Thatlr.flllo% I"1I', Amendnmnt to ; -

j Republican National Committee. National hI.rhmt hl..r$ c..h nn Mi. !UlhUuy militated .dKiiiHtr, but mild each will 1 'I' S t 1"InNot. : I Kectlim 10 of Article XII of the Con- '
publican hays renounced aUegt Heidqunrtera."The of .,.r.mh.r. A. T>. IHIH ntflevrn 'h.! rrttirnxd to bidder Inlrnnllnlely* niltiitlon of the state of Florida, re. '1 -

ace to their party since Hoover's Itinerary follows: n'rlix'k In front of the t4olltIIDoor upon fuinilinf'rrt. 'of sIll .hov. condlllnnH. .. I. h.rhy liven. that I '0.1'"w.l. Sating to education ie ".d the same s
l of I lbs Court HOIIKB Htarkv, "' In hereby awreed to fluid Hhall b* submitted
nomination, none, It la .conceded. XLBANY N.Y.-The furtively Sept. 4, CIsco, Texas; Sept t. ." 0 ..II".t.No. to the elector tit the Slate
,. BrAd tor.1 l'us.aed
' I .lnly. J'"JorUlm til following .n.l niloptpil, thin I Ifith day !). ( day of Julv II
3Uty bu influenced so many vote whispered and fanatically deieilnred Nasuvllle T nn.; Sept. 7. Chattanooga 0011$. tnorlffMiri( .!*, judirmontH. of l"l.t. A. 2). 1 1126. ha.. filed 11 Certificate In oy I. orllce. at the flenera" Klectlon: of n..pr"I. I .
tax rertfh-atM. K.IH! rm.l I W. smut made tallvo to be held In K2S for *p- :
KICKI.ITKH.: application for deedto
hlculy esteemed leader la Republican moral issue Injected Tern.; Sept. 8, Knosvllla tax
A 4I l ,
p..ova ot rejection. ..
lure tut* for |)urpoat, of llquldntlon ('his Irinumn. iRHtie. therevn in nctiordancw with That anlil P p ,
party affair alnoe MIT. openly Into the Presidential campaign Tenn.; Sept. 10 Richmond of the) I' <>r the H mpi
Dr. Butler has attended every Re- by William Allen White Va.: Sept. 11. Raleigh N. Hank Hnal ttlmont h.twen .. Tlnnrd ..f Pnbllp following" deHcrlnvil property-xltuafe a* follow: t I -
a tlra lnntrui-1l. fur "Mention 10. The Jdll'l.latura e
the IlimlliuU may
: County of Bradfsi'tl County ,
pnillcan national convention for-4O lt porla (Kans.) editor. Is today C.; Sept. 1%, Charlotte. 'N.: C.; I.Ut"tol'khold.r f IDU54I, ..1.1 Stat* of Flitrldn.' I.K.itilheHHt qiinrter 1"I.rle'of Noflhwentqunrter ; prnvldn for the division of any ('ousityoreountiesintoconvenlentschuoi- !(

! 7.ar In 1912. following tbe death as 'dead sis the dodo. Sept. 13. Columbia. C.; Sept. !>. J. ..hlllliw, |.rlnct.|)t..l dl.tO..I.. ; 9.21.11* .10-10. Section 2 T.wn"IJ1. Mouth, and for the I .'

Vice President Sherman who 14. Jacksonville Fla; Sept. 17 Int. due from. March 6, 1124.( --- llnntfe 22 Kant u..r.. Ni'r; election bie I j ,II,
rknkie ol With one masterly stroke the The assessment of sOld propertyunder three school trustees. who, ,
bad been renomInated. Dr. Butler, forceful fearless .a'atement of, a. Miami. FlB-r Sept 18, .:.Atlanta* ''1'. 'U. 'Trl -Bt, principal due, ,Bn.OO. .] %o'rit'14 OKl.l') I Bald .Vrtlfcnte |tsaui-t| wa* In shall hold their nfllce for two year, .1 -
iiiorttfMarc. int. the Republican candidate Ga. Sept. 19. Bowling Gretr'a.'K'1. name UNKNOWN1. .' ."
became ; of all .
Governor the chool* within the dlrlot ;
nan unjustly assailed unless mild vhilll be re. '
tor Vice pre ld nt. He all oDof, "UNdEo Smith has repealed cle.rt .: Sept. XO, Louisville. Ky.; II. TrlHt.. prlnolpnt: (IUP, $590.00; The Public; Instruction) of deemed, a.CorcUII...tlcll. Tax Deed ; and tor (he levylnir ant, cob "" i
; : 1 fltlnn
bit party's mot prominent candi 'Sept. Henderson.. Ky. nfwtnge. Int. tine from, March 23. "o.M Florida At thenlllue will I""". Ih. M II 13"/the- unfairness and, rrresponalbttlty 1925. of the of .11 I 102$, the exclusive use of th,'publln free k,,,

I?$th date for the nomination for-Pr.si. bf those antagonists: who W. A. May*, prlnolpnl. .lu<-, $609.00; r".lv. tip to H..r.lary: noon on Its HOI.d. Imted thin 2Htli slay of Allg-llBt, A, ohools n. majority within of the the Olntrlct whenever k -
dent In 1934. Int. duo from Jiin, ft, tiny af 1>. 1\1111111I. ales',4, j
bl ln for
natjthtu 'were *o. unwise! MI to attack Tlia reaction to hla ringing-dls- SMITH LAUDED BY 1133. of $ ( of honda of AI.nICnlAN.
31,004.10 or pumnnal property shall vote -
? personal record.Replying (SHAU.) ('l rk I in (
irowal of tbe prlnclplea enunciatedby _,. N. ''homa". prinelpaictue. U41.43. ; Tax N. R; Hrndford County. Florida. favor of. uoli levy. f
tothe charges 'made by. .han.l. jlrfu due font Jun : Bald l nndn to bear date of Aummt
Hoover In hU acceptance 113:1. I. 1028) to be In the 83l6t29.
*QI th( the' ,Kansas editor tbe Governor SOUTHERNSENATOR Fi Fl. Ilnrr.ll, principal due, $100.00 of to beur. d.nomln.tlon.. A iOINT KKSOLUTION Proposing '4
inlug Immediate And: nation Int.In U.100.00. Inter.t
y. iptecb from 1.
JI.ulry cent No'rflio OF Idt.SIC'i'O'4VT1IE8IOALt an Anmnilnient to Hurtlon Four -
112 B'/j! per ,
annum v
tJsTended and justified bill bill. rile per
a.'fiji. wide. Hla bold and unequivocal y Joe fon..tt. principal dle, $1J.1T; pay a h I. sasnl-ttnsuai1.v. orlnlcual -- (4), Article. Three (3) of the Con"titnrion ti4 -
' Ilr declaration that he could not tup- tie long record aa a. member of the Int. February I d. t'.ISfi.' : und interest of eald bonus' to ba puyaliln or sits 'state or Florida y I '9
at the otttt'eof the Hanover The I.eitUUture\ n.l...tlnir to the Pay nf Membern '
lid1ace. New ,
York State Assembly. .prlnrlpiil
1. !
port a candidate who admitted ulna- George of Georgia Says .South .h4a1t.l, Int. duo f.on May 17, t1.IOI lX/ Mutlonul Hunk In the flty of New I 19:1. ,unc.r the Constitution of lSi5! of the Senate and of. the Rouse f
Hlate of did four of
wit to be In favor of the "continu Vile York. .elate .r>f New York bond to .'Iorld. Pan Repreneutatlva ,
3:. dnit .
f. RIng, principal $3J.Ofl; l I. In denomination ansi Joint amendments tie\ It IteHolved by the egllnture ,
to become
.rei; ii.r,7 IDes of the present reign of lawleiineaa that the "vile sugg'eB- Respects Candidate's"CoJ'1plete iliin, from March, 1, tUlM.It. due. and payable follown; B. the Conattl.lol' of the of the State of' FlorIda;

I debauchery ,and G .rn. tiOfl. of '"prob- M. 'InK. .n.lor..r., 11. P. Ow.ley, '\011.1") ) on August. I. 11931*. ant.) HtAte of & of lam. wareagreed That Hectlon Four ((4)), Article
$ feta accuser were Integrity. to by voto
Three (3of the
cecepne principal iliiH. t.(0( ; ti't.Otis troni.aiatst ) ) Aliciixk first In each of th..offth.of of the
't.oeO.11 .
menthlads crime. brought Ihon- all the members
mc.iiewli ,.oly Inspired" by the Republican IS IJI24. 1032 to 19&U* Hlate of Florldit relating to the pay 'r
lindl of letters of congratulation National Committee the 'Governor' that Lel 1... (iaYI.O. prlniUpal due. fliO; : It)"eu.required hut eaoh bidder) depoHlt > house: that the vote on said -JointResolutIons theirreupdctlvo of member of the Senate and of the L
ALBANY. N. Y.-Declaring were enterestupon
Int. iliu* .25.: IH94. with hid cacliler's of pre.entatlvs. shall be I.
a or r
uitryaq. from .0tIJer. ..dissatisfied RepubllC : *a.ld: Democrats everywhere are 'b uJ\.d J. ,II. l'nlla..I. principal, due, $!1 and
Int. line from 4. IttZI.J. : nay thereon they Htate of Kim-Ida, for adoption s'
In a scathing letter addressed "I .*m gLad to have this matter to recognize tbe "honesty and II. I..mb.. du.$206.. Board chuck uf -'"..hal be" forrel.c'on to the be* termln. and direct that the said jectlon at the next sreneral ..I..tlolcrt or re-

taken out of the whispering .ta>e complete Integrity" of the man 70.; mortgage Int. due from Autfunt half of Hnld Hpeclal Tax..Mithool' fliss.I Joint lteolutlon I. .ubllt. to. Hepreaentatlven) to b* held on th. p r t
ui the editor of the New York 17. 1X25.J. the .I."tun of the "Ial. th. General IImt Tuesdayafter the fIrst ,
and Jnto the Onoean4 who ,heads their Party. Senator trlct No. I In tlm event for 182*. Monday :cti ,
Time, Dr. Butler declared be wtthed put open. M.. Poll.p.l. 'rin lnoldue '!&!.- aid b..d.fwlln to comply hlde.r the lOtootiun' N"v.rbor.1. of tit- month of November, A.
for .1I .1 shall meet It nqw." And Walter F. George of Georgia, on ."" IOt. due '.,m .f"lob.r' purohasi. ttSTreemvnt. The succeHitftilIdder NOW NJb'OIN. CL.ATCIcAWFOlin 103Jt. and that: aid Uuctloii Four No
dissociate himself ot Wtate of
to his first 7, hall be amended to read .* follow
visit to .
Governor be
meet It. hoe did. Smith 192. fiirnlnhe.l "provln.ollnlon .
wil the tStute if Florida, do grlvenollcn .
)a hereby .n..lora11
publicly and completely; position Pollm-rt, emlomer A. CI. bond attorney of national member of the llouit*
"slanderous statement" that predicted that the South would.Join I Wtthee1.rItTui di;,.. 400.00 mortfraw I that a of ItvpreMenlatlveH hall be
on two of the three moat.Important The : rfptrtatlon without 'harg.: No blil4vii lilOMOIIAI.: I : duly L Lare
( the East in casting Its electoral *, -InC. r.lm Nov.mh.r 'of lass than B7
he had aided prostitution, ha shoved :0. ton.II.r.d be held. In each Flor
questions now before, the votes 4 II 1-2 per. accrued. .ou.ty II couiitlen and districts for which they
American people that .wMtaleen was based upon hit rot t. !>
Unit I 1 In November .
rllht '
George said: Int. lI..nale and llouee of
duo from Kept. II, 193Thou. HepreentutlvKK ,
"Jett all 4ildH.U -
any or :
bill ,he
to a single and ) aulsI| I the
: 1926. thn Tuesday being
by Mr Hoover In his speech of ac "think the Integrity ot Governor K. Ho WHH, endorser*. JohnA. W. KlfKMTKn, shall not exceed twelve dol-
II tance." disclosed that be had appooed tbat Inwo. it. .. UoiiMer., W. B. Parka, Chairman nf Publlo, Inhfriictlnn MIXTII HAY Uf INOVi: IHI'll lur and lirty cent ($11.60) a day
Smith's mental processes' And .T, $2&O.IIO Int. duo. from for the ratlilcatlon or rejection of for each. day it HeHlont: and Mileage
bill merely because it dl. ; of Bradford'IIi..mflt4f
Dr. Butor who has long been In was unquestionably the I aitld Joint I Iteaolutlon pi'op6rnrirnninndmenl
; to and .
his straightforwardness, candor 0..1 I S.5 iIZ! l. Florida. I from t their home to the ..01! :
demand By learned bodies a.a unconstitutional and un A. ',"I.h. prlnclpnl' due. -IIOOOO; ATTICBTf. tn the CnnMtUutlon. of of llnvernrneht not to exceed ten :44
and frank statement of the Issues the Mtate of 1"I..ld. via I ,I't-nt (lumP) u mile each
workable. Int. nnary 10, 19atl.r H. H. WfOOINSSecretary way by th*
speaker on question relating to International It*-wishes to make to tbe 'country,' ,en TiroWn eiKlorxern. J.'ll. Hrown, 'Hoard of )' In. A JOINT JT.tOLUTtON: Proposing. ; neiirvHt and most practicable rout.'hl. ..
relations and the Jirp-' 'On this bill and on this single) will equally appeal to- the voters of Hrown (rlue' *61.011)| iitrniMlon' '' nf ,11.1 on t. 1..10. 24 .( Amendment Hball vo Into ef.
: ; I"U.a: Ur.'o.d'10"nly. Article III of tho ) of
i fect
( nt mldnlrht
.bill motion of world ridiculed fit.I "
peace, tire feast and South., 1..1.. .ti Htate of Relating to 11128, without) llw .
.1. Penrce, > 1lu.ld. nev"* lty nf I.eg-- -
"" "William Allen White would have ,11.IIal 011. UI.4UI. 19 and f
P.tl-/o Uovernmente.
Hoover Ton his 'whoIl, falaa .rgu- "I think that when the people H Aikn rrnni I -- County .litlallon % ft

IIOIIt" that the .squandwriBif my wife my children and my havef thought the lJ.. ,p;,rV'e; "ein'ilarViiir; P.; R&iflCP4 ." of : ,I '
matter over they Jt by the tsllatur ?
due.'$lf>n.OO tnt due from IU'.I' U. Ue.nlv..1 4.V
enormous sums en naval .armament friends blteve that In my, long are likely to respond and will *e- "rIO"II.al, 4, IH35.J. ; tlin dISCS nt Florida! Tho vole, past In. compliance with :
-"KU.t '
would cooperate fA' the maLnte-' career "I was" a friend ot public wtOthd, to. the open-mlndedoess and 1. prlnolpnl. Peftrre" .dun.endorner.SIKI.KG T. 1..lime due ,in '"r..1, Conrt. Ir dtord Conn4y Hecllon Tlmt, the 24 .t.lowlne III nmendnmnt uf the ConHlltutlou to- miss aid,vase propopieit, declaration amendment uuid und return the

alum of peace. prostitution. honesty of Governor Smith. On lon.' January 14, 1024.t ; Uiadfunl. ('ount? Dank corporation of thus Blftle of .'Iorldl. relutlra I"...ul', else Ii I be """J.ct..t tn the ,
proving that the Kansan was entirely :: tu County anil pal voviMniucnt. Hitrne regrii Inl 1 Ion* and restriction'
"The contrary U now the -we41- any public .question the ""Governor.wtll P. Nfal, .n. ora.re, O. W. IflnMOU Pie'"tf. ; '111,1 an
of the I-. II. NIal. prlnolpnl due, 160.UO va. IH hereby \ andKliulhlm are provided by law for general el.alluum ->
demonstrated Ignorant background ; ; : :\\I.\r
fact *s.erted the -state his own position. ..H.doeln't liwt educator. ot Various Mile he cited to support the Hlale at the next veuerul elooUon 1 IN 'l'I I4T'l\IUNY' WMKItrjOF -
"Mr. Hoover ,dlam .,., want to deceive, himself or (1. 1' Neal.v l.iln.'lpnl due, ; -
with s few perfunctory word the his charges, Governor South pointed anybody else. My recent discus- Int. di,; from; July: 3. 1921;. 3.1 Nolle .Mt MmrlrT-. Male. of HopreMHiilallveii. In 1028, foru"II'oval I haw. hereunto Set
i or reecllon.Hecllon | my hand and artlxed .
the '
t. N. ; due fly virtue of that execu ( .
truly remarkable trat Jlust..now ,-out that both Republican andDertocratsliad stun with bArn has convinced me 'Vlllun.. principal. 4tue l from "OtSl. tion. jHniied the .rl.11 ntlilfdMUM 24. The. lrf-irllatiira .hal OrtoatI"a of the tate .

to be signed by ourselves( o4 all voted"*verwHglnitngly t&at &eEas a marvelous'' grasp"ofttje 'f<2 ). *, ".plne L dm...RI.ov.!>.. Ilh.day of ..II, I.I.I) un uniform Kyytem oveI'hhtuSP.which SI'lAf4 p. : >. -.*f,(1"J tIns mnnlcliuil hVcaVltal
the with him. On one of the A. M. WHI.m. |irln lpul. nine 160. March, llU. 'I. W. I'ppar-: .. thin the ;I .
great powers of .. earth country's problems. I.regard elm be applicable' excxpt In twenty-firth of -
00; from May/! >1, 54,5 us nhcrllf Bradford County, day. July. ,
J IDs for -which he criticised.Iwe Chol.l. .r. . 1.926.
pledging renunciation ot war as sin was bib aa 'tone of tbe outstanding '186. flnrlilm I hav* levied I 'Upon and will wh.r. I
instrument of revealed the Assembly bad (f. William, "ndor".r. A, A, offer for ,maiu| and ooll at uubllu out- CoiinlleM are provided by the to'gla.I H. C >AY CriAWFORP. .
national.policy. He Democrat of all time. Hurdon., prlnclpnl due, $111.1.fluInt.; tiry at the front door nf the court In t nr. that niny be IUon..leOtIh.r.wtlh. g-1-Ht-tl-2 I _rleeret !of Htn.lo., J i'vol'lrTI' -,

added. that Hoover' popltUxn. WB, voted unanimously. due from May lit. *1)26.) )1usi. In 8tarke, 'Hra.lord County. The 1.,1111111.. Khali byaenernl I
mere "swagger." A. M. William, -endorwr. Rva M. "'I"llda. inCh. bent bid law eh..fy 'UI. townsacm.'iurdiis' .
BUI OuplloaUd' Wllllamn. l.rl..V&1) dun $!k.0Q; .lnt.ditefinm d.r caxb In hand durlnsr 'he I leg- I population, and shall. -4-- 4i
He criticized Hoover for "accept. .I 'hr/nrn nt sale by xenernl law ",'u.ld. for their Inoi Circuit tnr
The Eiecutlve dUctoaed also his NATION ACCLAIMS SMITH y S \ (which I Ia between ., In Court, PrartfordCounty
InC the formula o( thfft paid band Jf. John,,. vndnrHer, Ada Johns, 11 o'ol1 a. m. and Two p. in) c |,>orutlon, eoverlm.lt. rl"dlu. I Florida. I In Chancery.
01 center's apparent gull In 'dupli ACtEPTANCE'SPEECH principal I dun |+flI.IMI.( tiinrtsraire, hit. nn the let day of O.tc.h.", tlon, powem.. prlvlIeKegunder .THM) to 1'\"'1-1 'Ol'1 EL'JLJ1A, to
agitators lobbyists and persecutors cating bills, la a "deliberate attempt" due from, January I. |l)24): A. I). J 1921*. the following I .d".rll.d .uoli Hlllcatlonti. and nosflai1il J. ,N.'IlUtUlNN'' '. nwwrlnir.It : I .
loniil liiiv IticortiorutlnacitleiM -
which calls lu>elf the Anti- H. Jo-hnw.; enilo-rner. R. Jahtlft. land 'anti. vpraasl '...o.rl s I Hi I appearing ''by..glllilavlt appended
Saloon League to how that hl. vote ..pv1.ii-iu4- | due. (ir> .16'i; H. du* from;, fiird 4'uiin'ly, ,.' Fl)rlI.( i "o.wI-::: -- -- or towns, l.r.vhl,1 for their to 4 lie .IUU'uf C..i.pu. l.it III hat $
and asserted that 'dealt with a far greater number lhruiiry 7. 1920./ "'h. HouUiweHt < North- lov.rnm.nl. .11.lelll. power.. caunei pending; Invthe. Clicult Court I f
It Is "quite obvious that 'Mr. ,Hoo- ot so-called bills than Prominent: Republicans throughout W. W. OnlneH. principal due!.. $tfl.f>n;I quarter """'"I.t. as'reiln( Northeast dul. ; be p" for Hrndford. County, Florida, In

.'*r baa no conception tbs realproblem lIquor. the country joined Democrats Int. du. from Li>ri,'mber Sll, Iftt4 cor.. and $ ." quarter nr the l.rullulur 'hanveiy.. wherein Oladyn Dunlin I*
in tact they did." J. T. ttiriIbtrI.ipaI due, J.O; Koulhwent " In.
by which the .untr, U On at bills cited by paying high tribute to the principles lirt. '.1"1 from'Kept. '31)) 102A. HouthweMr ,'or..r'of Northwest( A JOINT nrOHOMITION t'n l..nt. 11111 for Divorce that ,(he

hoed." group enunciated by Governor 'v. Ilm'k.r. principal{ due, 70.4161chattel. : quarter -of ,Bout h w..t quarter amiHim an Arneiiilinent to Article Proposing I I kp..*1"01.i ,of ..10de4'.ip4lmit therein ) s
White referring to the establishment from Kept. :24. 1 22. th went of N..rlh.u"t'uarl.r 11.1.. J. N. Burden. In unknown and that
That Smith In,his speech bf quul.r I tim 21, of I the !
problem aeceptaD.CeHere )
averred Dr. But of premises licensed "to _n I.yn"hl. JOIIOK, endnrwer W. J. -t'The quarter of of ,Clf"Utull1 to the there, In. no person In the ,Htate of
ler, "ias not tado js some of the comment I' IteynoldK, principal due, quarter j1,1. Florida the nervlceof .1
with liquor,. Jun. N.rlh"l"t plat. ) excep. |hy the l.ealatuie| or Hpe- it mibpoenairpon
not with social liquor within' 200 feet lot' a church COL.: EDWARD ,031.171Int; du* from Ootcilier,2. 1WU4 01. dlvem) lr.ha""r" ".for. clnt' 110 laical l.AWH. whirni would bind pal(3 defend' i
I experiments good or juOiool. bad been passed It was C. CARRINO- ",..., .nelor.'r. ,W. J. the I day of F.b. 1928, all He 1C Henolved l hy thsJ'L.gisiatsire ant. arid that saul defendant I I. over C
bad or Indifferent but 'WIth the for lie remedy- TOM campaign manager in Mary. Jon-en, prlncrpul d lni'$73.liO; Int. due In Serllon 2" Townihlp 7. Houth of the Htate of Florida: the, alf-.' ':Jl-ye rm Ft I I. thereto 2
structure and functions of the shown purpose land for President .Roosevelt and fr"l October 3. l'J24. Itantto 21 EaJ, containing- t4 acrenmore That the following amendment to "r l..rl.1! that HH!"I defendant be and .
I Government Ing'a tnUtakj In the language)' of H. f. Ownl .y. pHnclpnl' due $00.0O: or teas. Also ICaxf ot Hectlon 21 of Article HI I of the Con- he I I. required I to sluice s" tCI said 11111
of the United States." the' law In accordance with A former Republican candidate for Int. due from H..I..2. 1924.Hoy 1"th.lo. quarter .and Kant hal of etItutlon nf the Htt of Florjda.. relating of Complaint filed' In soul' t cause on .
Accusing the I "ue''$21.aO: cuarlir| of ) Manrlny tritr I lt dy of October A. 11
Republican candi Senator: concur with Gov. Smith .not.rt. "rlnr'pll oUlhw..t / to'the passage by the J. Kl"-. r
date of recommendation ot th* Court of In I. ". May I f. 1015. quarter Cf Hectlon ,10, Tonvnihlp 7 of Hpeclal' ami lOcal Law. I lUH. at the Court hnnnx In Hlark. .
"hypocrisy" and "contradic Appeals.. in his Insistence In giving the' 40, I>. .J. ItUlpl. endnr.. ,.n. C. Ownley b4outl*. Range 21 ISant, containing IOU)) latur.and the acme I I. hereby agreed to, Mrudford'Connty., Frot'I"". otherwise

tion" which "would be comic were the History of ths 000,000 people of the Middle West due JI3.63. Int. (disc acres more or less* Alnr' North half and. shall I be submitted tsp the eleotor the allegation of said' bill of Com- I jJ ..
It Reviewing from March. 16. 124.I af -Northwent iiarler of plaintvlll lie taken a* t'ospf.s.ett.
not so an' from Norlh""t'uarl.r ot the Htate of Florida for approval
outlet the Great
unspeakably tragic the accusations' which be character 'Lakes to O. Parry principal due ISS.OOj; of S".Uon 32, TownshIp ,, I or mjecllou. at the next (rent It I I. further ordered that thin or.der .
educator declaredr "No one can'be Governor Smith the sea through American territory Inc. due frnm November, i.a4. Houh. Wan.e 21 FJIAt. containing' 21)) eral r-JMcHon of preMentatlv tn be publlKheil' one a week filr -
( In favor of the principles lied as cowardly. and controlled by the ttaited States ; .' K. flrinin, principal dun <1 IMIO; a"r.. more or 1... Also! beginning. ba.held on (the first Tuesday after four corfBeoutlve w..k"'II the Hr.. ?II I r
upon pointed out tbat White had Issued into due from June It* 19X5. chain West 'Northeast corner the first Mon.lay In A. O. ford., Culinry 1',tf lrrn|>h"a newspaperof
Which Government rest*.'or 'erf "retraction of the charges dealnffVWtb In peace.and In war. I will rote tor W A. Jonas,..nrinrer, W. (I. Sc.l*, of Hectlon aGo and run Went 4.1ft yd*. -That IM tt> N.v."h.r. .Uon ..n..ral clrnulatlon, publlihed Iq I -

the Constitution! itaelf.: and at the Smith. principal dire I137.6O; Int its. f..1 thence Wnuth 112 I-H yards, thence. 192. art luls III of..y. Constitutionof Hrudford. county Florida, .
| | gambling and prostitution. 1894. Ka.ni 4t Done and ordered at Hlarke .
ame ta< | U1 yard thence north 113 1- the Ktat of Florida b* FlorMn
Urn1 ,favor of the Eight- |Miiotlnued]( : WILLIAM H. SETTLE. Presidentof h.r1h *. iendorepr *. iv. yard to- the poInt of beginning : amended, to reud' a* .hal: this 29lh day of Augtsst A n. -t& -

eenth Amendment, because the two the Indiana Farm Bureau Federation .In of the Kdpublltan.
I11b.f ; appearance du* SO, 20 Ka. w. .
are 1914. t and 10 acrimmore rated. In the .. .. H. )' )
q. absolutely contradictory." 's 'National Committee in theonr.y : Gov. Smith's farm plan.lain; X. It. "wln "I. principal due' '..ao; or J.... e"nlalnlne law shall be "r.ln.and..uo.uniform i.. Cleric\ ..CrcuHIJAL. | (.>rt for ElraMorli Ii

"Literally mllllona of Republi indicates that ,tit .wasijoUUc1 perfect agreement with the 34 tittJt Int. due from Januar(5. 1925. Also| commencing* at rloutheantcorner operation throughout the State, (, .) eOluOIIrld..
jan M. la $ *4. R. ot Hectlon 24 Hy C. A. ,
cans and West KNIOIIT V
throughout wl.lil. .Odor."r. run but .In all cases not enumerated or
Butler the country. Dr. ( I .1! attack probably, InaplrId"by organizations ot the Central West ftwlnri.II. 1ln.lpal' 00; Int. 100 chains, thence North 20 chalnx, exoepted In that section, the Leglature | l.u-u.lJ.n. lieputy Clerk*.
asserted are "In full cgres.meut" that committee because the GEORGE N. PECK Republican due from :0. 1925. thence Kant 100 chalnH to Section may pass special or looal lawsexcept I.- 4J, I __ .' I
14jJ L .
J F. Homier, line
with him. prlnClpa.lu. $1911. thence Houth 20 chain. to the a* now or her after other- .
fWbUcaR National Committee) farm leader of Moline, 111.: GOT. 24; 'mortgraire, 018 from October point of' Innln. being about 200 fIaw provided I In. Constitution- j,1 1

,offlolal releasee Smith's magnificent speech should 24. I5.V. scraM more In tlectlon 24, Provided,
Uifs"'Wnejk issued an That no local or *peclal ,
LP HOOVER E. AIIgroo.l. rlnelpal.du.f 100; Towimhlp 7, Month, .Rnngrn 24 ldneL COFFINS. &. .CASKJ7T3asMl -
FARM STATEMENT Ui;,- ,'newspapers In which Mr. awaken &nd thrill the" farmers -of .haU"I. Int. due fron It. 1925. Also NortheaHt quarter and Halt I"the bill shall be passed. Unless notIce hall* of I tUndertak.n.

CALLED 'CLEVER DELUSION' KThtte1'retracts his Detractions this country. I L ft. 'Kalcli. enthrscr'arrie K. Half of Norfh"e., quarter and have In.enln. .apply Ih.fo.th. a Fall LU, ::1 -
I BEN. DUNCAN N U, & < principal due 14345: mort- Northtmlt quarter of Southwest where the matter /blow to b* affected .
.,6! 'i Not Fair Playi..e1ing FLETCHER. !'' chattel November 9, 1936. quarter and Worth hal *f Houth- may be situated, which notice 1
"A very ''of Florida: GOT Smith baa shown Kafe I. John*, principal I due 1340.71; east quatlur and quarter shall elate the ubBtance of the contemplated 1 Supplies
for Pretty Christmas tree ,1 : the Courage to stand that he measures up to the) standard from July :24. 192*. o( Houtheant r .;ta"" Zft. law .and chalk b.publlxheil '1 -

American farmer, covered .2$4 own complicity in the atQt of .34. 5.Al ". ,."rlf.al.. Mo. 3.10 112. AJ o b.ellnnine 00 West of at leant thirty day prior to tbe AUTOMOBILBUL1R33 I -
with statesman.
a great

[3 Christmas glistening tinsel and' little 1.:.
bells but without pres-- lu Ilclty tee next day elates tbatIwithdraws tow and t>.\ of Brad tl.nc.North 20 ch. Bail provided by law. Th* evident that el e lew*** .* .. sjavi 1 -
r Republican Senator from ford .
and Htate
.1I1a-1A other words. clever ,. Issuance of Mr.IpUlWs North "Iorld. io-wlt: *, thence Houth to chain nuch notice has been published shall 1.s .
1IIIIon." J his Dakota: Cor. Smith sound the tocsin Tllocfc Lute Three (Si nt (4) In t. the paint of lieg-lnnlnir. Also be. b* etabllhed!, In the Legislature aalftaRD TSfiAr2arDEWITT I -
withdrawal ot hla with. Thirteen 111) In the Town of 80 .halll West 6f North- before aucfr bill shall be passed by
ot war In behalf of 'nnlrc
) That l I. how Herbert thirtyoddmiIlios Hampton according to the Hectlon 28 and run affidavit of
Hoover or proof ,
added IIY corte.
rwat" The Governor : C. JON8S8TARKB.
'lalement of, farmers. At last the urvy. Alo Lot CJn. (5) and Houth 16J) feet thence Went 234 Ilnln& to the m
on: agrlcultni' S. ,dicribed oDe In all the 25 ) of ty (20 feet on side of feet .alon .
S } "No years farmer la in a position to take the Two W..t Lot .ri n< North LOSS feet thence the same !I. Introduced In PUbl.1 FLA.
425 of
by William Shock Twonty-nln In East 234 feet to the )
Hh-th. point tot
of Co- Uk has ever dated tonake becln- er branch ot the
$ny< public
l Uliinton'o Lel.laCur.
first towards relief addition
Umbla. Mo. publisher step by voting to 'the Towl of nine centalnlnst gnu acre more or which such rs
10111'1 at the Ml- the Tile suggestions which for a man whose record! for Constructive ilampto Floridain !. III, lees, proof of publication shall be .
) armer alWi> chairman T.p. t. Itana. It Rnt. Also| Cbs tIte. it m.
Core Belt of the imaaated from Mr. Wblt*. with Lbs achievement Is beyond re- *" Morthwent of Norfli- .totowln.. deaclhed peronal -
Committe.l .o.r'.r oubl-
adda: Mr.. Hlrtho Japproval -of Henry .. Alton Publicity proach. cad t quarter of ... *. T"p. T. net for cults and dreaaeii,4n. table -

91r. flooytnemsaa.. IUItUt Director of the .Republican RICHARD R Q0AT. prominent Ho"th.AIH. that Ransr certain 22 Judgment.t, against ...pln. .one Ivory dress shelving mlrr.. 2 paper one :: We __
I National Committee. a W. P. natithvn can charge
C Republican business'man of Pittsburgh rm'n'rdesjtn Mtnift.tof roller, 2 pool thread "abln.t. one your
IIt constitutes a lot of cleverly cowardly, course the Republican and son of the former" Republican iTT(: Che 4'ourt 1'uhllc Jloolt No. 7. I'ave ril.el race, I lady'M dr... forme. 1 YES 8' UKS
tvMU"r 'bunk that will net National Committee pursued I It .l : Ttecnrrt of Druilfnr rOt rU"/, one curve heater 2 foot
leader In Florida
tool the PODlyhan1: A dated >.-. 14. tool*, 4 sections shoe steals, one STORA6E.BATTERY ,In
thlnkUyt farmers of this .'-issued 'a''slanderous' statement human declaration bonesty t'I. dan..e. 'isofi.lts Cost s..U.3.tI.I. nice fence, one BurroughsAdding
2K Wta > *"" ". that .through its official publicity bureau red blood In '- I. OUNH Muchtne, ..electric fail, lone P. U. _

pawar i,ht years,of uninterrupted' and .then. after iu general pub'Icattall Ilai'eour.m .aDe r.treahln ever isv.ryIMt. Attorneytilde takle., one One grocery cfJIce d..k.cabinet one, on.oflloeooiilr set 1I tiSmith' -*

tbe R4pUblk& 1MU'tJ' has .' Ja tbe) prO*, attempted to nigh office. "OC'I computing cale*, one shirt display _

MUd to meet what h. now say. i. fevaoe responsibility by the childish .ue 11" to 4urntable for lad _' dress', one "ke
the most Here of the con- will b* received from bulM- orllce cabinet, al electric light fix sGaragJ'
of urgent economic problelll data that it bad been given aunt: .om pr. Inc c.iMrctr for eho-ermnHon of a ture ,- Iud In. .Iob and etc., one

our Nation- Is .a.gbt' I. out by accldeat. That Is not fair brick exterior' and .frame Interior how cans cemter on. '
b 18 own bear Okla.. WORLD ( chool building"' fo .t'rlajie breed cane, one oak wood
tonfus trap-how cat' be Play." .TUt) the most Rpub l. !". Florida.$ I>l.h. .eeteo N. bv for dlflnlitir vrlrulow. ftnm tnh.w'. lor . .
this IndlctuMiu < loat tto -ad the o.ard atPwbllo -ter. 1 criveee -
g nirtris *lon at one t _
P drty i In frank ever madeby any liradfurd County at window ruie' .irtm. -w .c- --- ; : A'
fltarke -
!LOM DT.*'*. *nd titan have ap.e Klarlda. shoe. -
l the to MHtV MAR*+IAU. HEADS the) Presidency of tbe on lbs 23i>d4liiy.of Oei" ,.,1. and dow .die*lay :nhtrt. and etc. *n; _
Mk .
the far.r fOl' opened In pnnlln at .* Ht fixture '
store .
bu SMITH CLUB and noon ties all mute 1'-
WOMEN'S Untied States, a gladjom
vote In tha .xtr I on said da. at the office aid and lost hang-er.on

relief from the flubdutbery. ev *loo Anard lat'In the < ., o .. one National Casts r.lrl..rator..

8ALTIMORE. Ml-l hrd F. LOS ANOILESUrs. Thomas R. and claptrap Indulged In by meet All amount e.e.ntrse9r5 to be paM lo eurt them* bit.10..tae h and building all other where fixture C. In ri"h( tore J. R. DAVIS & CO.
; B. Roberta
I 1' ..r at
ClhSlaud.t aeD. ot. Pr..ld.lI Marshall, widow .of Vice President men In high places.COLUMBUS.. umtal omdltivfie" ald wok} Silo Uraham. Florida has b.ee running- _

leveland ta actl.j Marshall baa seen named as chalr- Ohio au am..nt to b. allowed .the a *ror. Also all, that certain atock
llI&UecJ th T of Ifonditvoted for saId of .
Jae e&caIpaln to el lct Qov.rot' IUD of the Wonen's Smith Club ofSouthern JOURNAL (apuJlc)'Thc work. .U pal In .Bonde, Aad male tr. bet dry,, and goods.etc.,clothe now 't.n'bt' that*' I INSURANCE '

$IlIIJ1h pj* Parot .tl. over. ,* .ao.. ,. to* paid to certain store buldlna "tr B. .,. -
h u e the-oaart ovlce Ho) rt. Jiaa ,
Democratic woman know what store
etsd as a I1114JDhu of the cosamlt- ; well-known i Jlng on awter for -nintrartlon. at Uraham, .nrun.ln. .
Ie III 4" l* this section. U TC! ':.tae present a J'l ANH ANn HPECiriCATIONS for th upon a. I -
chas .t prohibition pUc.wJ property of C. U. liobert. to
I.t oamgig. aid
miaak- work be _ _
can obtained
tra IA W&1'Jla iL D I LV. it Cta! *lUo. .office of JI. i. WJicc.... Jte aetarr from the't. costs.satisfy the aforetald exeoutlon and I AGENCY ESTABLISHEDI886 'S

- -- aid,.*laar In* SOCK day of. August
Ir.tnthe office of
B4.vi.and .
A.D.Jp15 .
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I' Bradford County TelegraphEstablished tection for their citizens and business o houses. 1 .From Other Pent I '-

.-- -- .. ._- Leesburg will entertain the PaRAGraphers November !

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second. Class 18-10, the first birthday of the organization. That city demands be hell a land for of garage abundant mechanics grease, and will ANDREWS SToP I

; y Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida the presence of the scribblers on Sunday, probably for no steering wheels to wipe It on.-'

E. S. Matthews _____________________Owner and Publisher the purpose of getting a line on how many go to church. San Francisco Chronicle
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J. C. Robinson_________________________ !Managing\ Editor Fort Lauderdalo hot 'dog stand General Merchand!

a ._ .--- '.-------- .- The amusin'g part of this religious-political campaign furnishes the beat slogan of "the
-- SUBSCRIPTION RATE locally is that some of those so bitterly opposed to Smith have week: "Service:! with a &rowl. -

not stopped to think what a hcluvafix they they would be in Bradford County Telegraph. A STARKE, FLORIDA
y Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 7j>c-Payable in Advance bark In every bite, we presume.
for a place to live if a Catholic had not discovered this countryfor Dado City Dann r. Located in the Register
Advertising Rates on Application. Building
_. __ ._L .___' .____ .. -or ..- .- them. all -silly-- movie 0of --titles! They, cupicd as the Bennett Grocery, near ,

,, ', DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES o have one now called ': atln Bloom board Depot. the
''i'' ,, Take equal parts of kindness, unselfishness and thoughtfulness ers." Tlmes-Unlou. Silly la
"0" '1'" National and State Offices) '
( mix in an atmosphere of love and a spice of useful- right, Avery Where did you sayit Well, folks f here we are, ready give
(.' For Presidential Electors was being shownT-Starke Tele] you the le
""p 7; .: .CLYDE ATKINSON ness. Scatter a few grains of cheerfulness, season with graph. Why, they're being shown I vice possible, better goods for less money, and
SARAH LANDRUM CAWTIION smiles, stir with a happy laugh and (dispense to everyone. on the streets In any modern city icy will be "SATISFACTION 01
I'' i 'c S. W. DEESE ." r ',Orlando Sentinel. And for your trouble] someone will make today*.-Wauchula] Advocate. Since OR YOUR Ji<

.i, J. WALKER ICE HOE a goat of you.Through. you modern mentioned womanln It a we modern do believe eklrt BACK.

STEPHEN ROBERT O.M.PARKER SPARKMAN SR. o I has a beck of a ,time getting out We are carrying a general line of merchandi
the Democratic the office of her modern car without exposing
oversight nominees for
+' +' For United States Senator the aforesaid movie title.- eluding dress goods, threads, notions!:!, shoes, ho
r; of attorney general, treasurer justice of the :
PARK'TRAMMELLFor supreme Starke Telegraph. Who has seen shirts overalls, pocket knives, stove
Congress, Second District'U. court and superintendent of public instruction were omitted one trying J-Palm Beach Indo- pipe, cooking

A. GREEN from the ticket at the head of the editorial column. Familiarize pendent sits, tiifware, school supplies, hues:!, shovel!, an

i For Governor ;Y yourself with the ticket and we would not be a true Demo Don I.ochner-j. --,-editor o-of the Cler. ious other staple items needed by farmers and ton\
i I DOYLE E. CARLTON ., cratic paper if we failed to urge you to vote a straight Demo- moot'Press, has a keen eye for detail pe.!
'" For Secretary of State cratic ticket. lie sayer."It Isn't much econ
'- H. CLAY CRAWFORD omy for a woman to pay $5 for a FLOUR-We handle duality Flours( hate been ,

I'' ; ti I,i. For Comptroller ERNEST AMOS \ proof that Smith, while oAs governor of New York'state, down pair of all silk but stockings$1.98 worth.and "then-Florida roll- ling; them for years, and can ,guarantee every, '

') For Commissioner of Agriculture' was contrylled by the Pope a contributor to the Forum sendsin Times-Union. When we ever every brand to give you.' .absolute satisfaction: or
get $& worth of stockings at one
,I NATHAN MAYO ; I:, a list of twenty-one Catholics appointed to office by Governor time we certainly want to money back.

For Railroad Commissioners Smith. For the sake of comparison we ask this contributor .how'em. Dunnellon Truth.
MRS. R. L. EATON to secure the total number of appointments made by Go. Some buy 'cm 'to wear; ,others to Diamond, S, Self"rising

-'" \ A. S. WELLS Smith during his eight years in office and add to this article. the showy inner It depends casing-on Starke the shape Telegraph of- 12 pound bags for __'__,_______-__?. _____.

shit ... For Attorney General- x From this our readers can then see the number of Catholics > Let's seal! whose comeback 21 pounds for _-_______...,______ _______

. i ,,\ FRED II. DAVIS ", .." ,, appointed, compared to those of other faiths. As governor is'It-now---- -Largo--i Sentinel.o 96 pounds forMorning ____-___________ __.. .__
;, ,' : For Treasurer- \- f for eight years of a state of approximately 12,000,000 people
I By the way, we wonder what became Glory, Good 'While Self-risjn

J. C. LUNING ; ., Smith has made thousands upon thousands of appointments, of that hathe Bradford 2J pound sacks __________,--- ._ __ _. _...
For Superintendent Public InstructionW. :\ and the naming of twenty-one Catholic appointees by him County way......-Wauchula Telegraph bet Advocate.us on Hatha-We Tops All Superlative Self-rising

S. CAWTIION proves nothing.' wagered eight bats on Hathaway 21 pound sacks ___________________ ..__
: For Justices of the Supreme Court o and Its.the first time l in ten years Prince Albert '2 for ___
t ___?--__. ___.__.
the,winners lave!, had their domes
ARMISTEAD BROWN FOURTH DEGREE OATH covered.-Miami Bedch Sun. Camel Cigarctts, 2 for _____.,_____. .__.

,N R LOUIE W. STRUM ..: __- -o- Snuff, 3 for _.. ___._____.___ __. :_ __ .. ____
y For State Senator- I- ,Sometimes when you read something in. the papers, you One of these here love sharks Brown Mule and Apple Tobacco 3 for
feel an to grab'a pencil and says one of the ten qualities a man
ai E. M. JOHNS urge or typewriter give the other
; should seek in a wife Is the abilityto COFFEE
For Representative fellow a piece of your mind.It .
bee and take a joke and we are

GEO. W. HAZEN I is a natural feeling and perfectly legitimate, for in this looking for some sassy lady to hop Maxwell House, 1'pound can at. ..__
1, country where everything is free except religion, you can cer- Into print with the remark that if Charmer in Cans
can .. ,
Starke has a progressive bunch of citizens. the average woman couldn't take a per "
o tainly speak your mind, and, if you are sure how it will look joke she'd have to stay single.r. Cumberland Ground Pure Loose Coffee

t r Signs of it can be found on most any street in town.o in print, send it to the. paper., Marianna Floridan., 0 Best Green Coffee, pound ___-__ __ -J 0

";t o A writer in the.Forum last week accused the Telegraphof Before the new Penny store i 17 pounds best RICE for _______-__ _JI

Florida the melancholy days arc. only a state of the printing an "editorial paragraph containing a WARNINGto opened Its doors In Palatka a 5,- 16 pounds Fine SUGAR for ____.. ____,S

d mind. any person or organization 'distributing a bogus fourth 000-Inch advertising Contract was Sungold Corned Beef, per can _.. .___... ..J
singed with the Dally News. Those
degree oath of the Knights of ColilmbusHe .
A o .. ... who decry chain stores might Instead Emmerls Roast Beef, 'per can _____ ____nO
Congressman Lex Green will stay with the Democratic also alleges that "it is'difficult for the reader: to know learn why they thrive, grow Argo Red Salmon, per can _____ _________
party. whether this is to be.taken. as news item" or a "defense of and multiply.-Leeaburg Commer- American Beauty Pork and Beans, call .
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the Knights of Columbus, cial. -
---o--- o---- Gold Bar Sweet Corn, per can ___.._____.
With very, very,few exceptions: the readers of the Tele.graph
If the kick in a kiss is electricity what is:: the kick in home ; Times-Union .paragrapuer says Marie Sweet Corn, per can ??_. .._..\
brew? are above the ayerago in intelligence"and know,,that the It's a cinch that Eve didn't originate Old Virginia Preserves 12 oz. glass .
editorial page of a n !newspaper is entirety separate and distinct "I'll pack up and go home to .n.
'0 I from its ma." Neither did shq.start "I'll see Maxwell House Tea, per,can ." __. ._.
a 1 So far Major Hoopla has not stated whom he win support my lawyer about a divorce Immed Franklin's Confectioners SugarFranklin's _. ,.
The class know also "
same neither the Knights Sanford Neitherwas
lately Signal.
for president.: of Brown Sugar ___.__._ -_. __ ._
\ Columbus or the Catholic church can use the she the first woman to go thru
0 editorial her husbands' pants pockets while Matches, Rosebud, 3 pkgs. for __ __
: : Cars bearing lags of other states showing in this paper for setting up a defense, if they need one. ho slept.-Kustls Lake Keglon. Shredded Coconut, 3 pkgs. for
are ever
increasing: number. As a secret organization or church they''' have the same i -- 0-- 1-2 pound Cocoa for .__ ___ ___. ___
privilege of the news, columns aS other In one sense of tho word news
o \ church. any' secret order or and advertising are one and the Macaroni, 8 cents, two for ______ ._.

""f With school in session again drivers of motor cars /should: After same thing. 'An advertlsemnt Is Our specials are forevery day in the week. We
defining the editorial and news localities etmply"' the news of the business
we fresh
exercise carry vegetables and fruits. We will appre
: ; every precaution. ,
proceed. house. It tells that nVw stock has
t your business, 'ands sh.aU! endeavor to please you j i
4 o been rceiyed and of what this stock
tk The comment made in a recent issue on a news dispatch consists. It informs the people of ways!
with refrigeration service Bradford will hold its
{ express
from a Western state where criminal proceedings had been the community as well other
1 title of as We buy Chickens and Eggs, and are paying this>
queen. started against persons distributing the lurid fourth readers as to the cost of living In'
O I degree tho community. In fact regular, No..1 Eggs, large and clean, ?________- 40c peril
oath of Knights
Maybe it's because love is blind that the sense of "touch"i of Columbus was one paragraph of a doz- consistent advertising tellseveryone' Small Eggs or dirty eggs ___:i.____?,.- 35c: per d
en or two on the news of the day foolish
';' has become,so highly'developed. Where the WARNING in this, particular and otherwise. events\ Interested In the live 'the business Important houses liens, not,Leghorns __'________.,____ ,_, 20cp

5 oNo located has not been determined paragraph was of' tlio community.-Kuatlce. Luke I, Fryers, not Leghorns _______-____.-. _-- :30c'l'(
but if its
matter who's elected Nov 6th, tho people<
y' will enjoy Thanksgiving Day following more than usual. unworthy task, we are conscious of a locally good deed to pause performed.in their Don Lochner-0, editor of the Cler- Leghorn Fryers _____________________._ 26ej

--0Starkc's --- mont Press, has a keen eye for de
The forum writer asks "Don't you know that the so-call HAWK' BRAND WORK CLOTHESThe
tails. lie says "It Isn't much econ-
many beautiful trees:! look less beautiful and need- ed bogus fourth degree oath of the Knights of Columbus is omy for a woman to pay $5 for a
ful to power users every time they are the cause: ;\ of electricity a part of the Congressional Record at Washington? pair of sllg stockings and then roll Best on Earth
being shut off.TimesUnion. ,down all but $1.98
wortll.F'orIda ]
With pleasurp wevouch for the correctness of his.query. Times-Union. When we ever Hawk Brand, Blue heavy weight high tack

PaRAGrnpher o i. It is a PART and we. have known for years that it was a ; get $5.00 worth of stockings at Overalls for Men __0__ ._,_______- -- -.- -'
continues to refer to the PART of the Congressional.Record. one time we certainly want to
Same for boys, 15s to J8s ____.. __. -$
c moonshine the Sahara desert show' em -< Dunnellon Truth. "-
on when it is just as potent on We also knew and have = I
'. the Florida beaches. : every reason to believe Forum :Home buy 'em to wear; others to Same in Boys, Ja) to 14s-:-_______. .- .- .- -P
w" a,.S writer knew?:that it was only one part of the record(;, and that I show. It depends'on the shape of Same in Boys, 3s to 8a ________- ___ .._
o it was on record as ;:being false the Inner casing.-Bradford Coun-
proved by I mode'
an investigating These
I i' The state wilt the 'Telegraph.'' Don't know Just i boys overalls are made same as those: ,
press mourn passing of Herbert L. committee of four high Masonic -
__ Dodd, editor of the Lake City officials. how to take that HO maybe had men, and out of the s'arne'heav'y' material. A Sit
Reporter, and C. F. Holdcrman Being Mason
sG of the Cocoa'Tribune. a we assure Forum writer when the Masonic better, leave 'alone.-Dunnellou. I fits the average ten year old boy.

;" e o order "passes" favorably on the work, ceremonies and Truth.-,.- y.e-... HAWK .BRAND pin check Pants for men T ..'I
pledges of the Knights of Columbus and places it on record in Most encouraging to These are extra of the best gofpin
'r r ICJ of the Lcc burg shoppersand j heavy, made out
Commercial'says "Forget that which
Congress, the report can be red:; h
} upon to the last word. growers of strawberries In this check material shrink and
;' doesn't leave full size do not
glad taste in the
v a mouth. Where do you find The report of the investigating Masonic committee section is the announcement from
to I extra good pockets and cuffs bottom.
anything that doesn't leave a bad taste?, Congress fellows\ : / Washington that the examiner on
oWe who held' hearings in connection HAWK nUAND'WOIi"KSUIRTS for men, extra Ii.coat
with the neod of refrigerator
suppose that if a man Mass should be presented.with \V, hereby certify that by authority of the highest o- for the movement of strawberries cars, -- style triple stitched two buttons! on the sfo

$ twins that the la-Haas would be on him. lIe would then be licer of the Knights of Columbus in the State of California. held this service should be provided ...
t who acted under instructions for Florida In company with made to fit, each ___-______.___-- -
one of the PaPaas.Gainesville Sun. from the officer of the
Daily Explain supreme
Bill. yourself I : order in the United States, we were furnished a complete are Georgia some and, other the Carol sections Inas. of There tbecountry Same in Boys 12 1-2 to 14s n'___- ___ .- .

t i..htough copy of the work, ceremonies, and pledges used by the order, which have been enjoyingthis HAWK BRAND' Children's: fine! check play suits

and that we carefully read, discussed, and examined the service fur some time in connection Sizes 3 to -- r
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am a Hoover Democrat." For' the sake of accuracy it should \Ve found that while the order is in a sense a secret association stiawberrlea.with.their As was shipments pointed out of Plaza .P :e-big ;i colors, guaranteedtub ;

have read: "I am'a'Democrat'who, will vote for a Republican it is not an twth-bound organization and that,its. at,tho! hearings held In Lakeland fast, yard __ ._____ '
president and ceremonies are comprised in four last year the use of refrigerator express English prints colors
,''e vice-president.! <*- degrees which are intendedto cars would greatly.fa lUtate beautiful prints,

by T -0 teach and inculcate principles that lie at the foundation, of t1.! movement of strawberries from guaranteed yard .. .
The return of the open saloon Is still worrying some of every great religion and f every free State. here when the.volume reaches the '36-inch Yellow Homespun, yard j

4 our earnest:! Christian workers. It is dead for all time in this Our examination of these ceremonies and obligationswas carlo would movement open up new in the markets spring. to It Dress Ginghams __ 8 cents on f 1

;' country; the closed! saloon we now have has: less competition made primarily for the purpose ascertaining whether( local producers rendering a service -' Cliff side Apron Checks, yard l"

to face and are far more profitable. or not a certain alleged oath of the Knights of Columbus. considerably speedier than ,Our prices are not (or Saturday Specla ,,

I't' o t which hat been printed and widely circulated, was in fact that provided. It, Is to by be freight transportation. for any day in the week, _''Ve want yourbplness

% State road 13 through Bradford is a dangerous highway used by the order and whether if it was not used any oath, Interstate Commerce Commission I and shall make,every effort to( o"Stor "

to travel when jt is wet. Heavy traffic has worn the slag sur- obligation or pledge was used which Was or Would be off en- ", W.e.. Jit fo accept the recommendations

.f f T'" facing to a gass-like? finish in places and the road department site to Protestants or Masons, or those who are engaged in and order this made servlce by the,not examiner because*! Andrews

should give it another surface treatment circulating a document of peculiar viciousness and wicked 'of the additional cost to the railroads -
ness. / but because of additional

$ ''h',V ''I Hosiery salesman spent twelve hours in the Leesburg We find that neither the alleged oath nor.any oath or of value pIIrjdar to the', TfHe shipper! fact has and been grower as- STARKE, FLORIDA

r jail for failing to post a bond with the city as a guranatee his
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